Your guide to distance learning this fall is here!

We last published an eBook way back in January of this year, which seems more like two years ago than six months ago. Over the coming months, as we all adjust to our individual “new normals”, some of those most drastically impacted are our educators and students. Rather than return to the classroom and lecture halls they left abruptly in early Spring, they will begin the academic year from their homes. How do you engage students from afar and amid a myriad of distractions in their remote learning environments?

“How was your summer break?” is a very different question to ask this year.  Back to school shopping will be done either online or with face masks and social distancing. Study groups will be done via Zoom calls instead of at the campus library. The 2020-2021 academic year will be the most radically different for learning models in our lifetimes. As we encouraged in our eBook for businesses earlier this year, you can successfully work and collaborate remotely. With our newest eBook, we deep-dived into how you can teach and learn remotely, even if some are in a classroom and others are at their kitchen tables.

While going “back to school” this fall will be different, we consulted the expertise of educators at institutions such as the University of San Francisco and University of North Carolina at Charlotte to help educators with fully remote teaching or hybrid learning environments best practices and expert tips.

Find out how to engage students virtually in our all-new guide for educators. Here are just a few of the highlights:

  • The challenges and benefits of online learning
  • Top tech tools for facilitating a virtual or hybrid classroom
  • Fun ways to gamify the online classroom

You can download it now below.

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