Flipped Classrooms, Blended Learning & Virtual Schools


Kahoot Offers Free 60-Day Licenses to Elementary Schools Worldwide Through New EDU Support Program

Kahoot announced today it will offer a free 60-day site license for all staff members in any elementary school worldwide as part of its new EDU Support Program, designed to help overwhelmed educators keep students connected and engaged during ongoing learning disruptions caused by the pandemic.

While Parents Say Kids Are Doing OK in School, Teachers Not So Convinced

As parents and schools do battle over masking practices, in-class discussions on racial inequity and the appropriate time and place for remote schooling, a new report suggested that parent involvement in education is definitely here to stay.

Nureva Debuts Hyflex/Hybrid Classroom Setup

Audio conferencing company Nureva has introduced a new classroom solution that integrates audio, video, device management and services.

Illinois District Chooses Konftel Videoconference System for its Hybrid Learning Classrooms

After testing five hybrid-learning classroom systems earlier in 2021, the Joliet Township High School District 204 started the fall 2021 semester with new videoconferencing systems in every high school classroom, and teachers say it's made their jobs easier.

Free K–12 Resources to Help with Remote and Blended Learning in 2022

As you seek out software and services to augment online and blended instruction this year, start here.

How to Support Students and Families through Technology and Innovation

Within Fullerton School District’s Innovation and Instructional Support department, our focus is to meet the needs of our staff, students and families by providing the right mix of technology and support.

A New Mission for EducationSuperHighway

The nonprofit that helped close the school digital gap is now back, with a new goal: Making sure families who need home access to affordable broadband can get it.

Digital Promise Research Project to Focus on Digital Learning at Scale

Education innovator Digital Promise has launched a new network that's intended to inspire research on digital learning at scale in both K-12 and higher education. SEERNet is a five-year program with a model that differs from the traditional approach of research.

Stanford Delivering First-Ever Dual-Enrollment Course for High Schoolers

Stanford University is delivering its first-ever dual-enrollment class with 15 high schools across the country. A fall 2021 pilot has enrolled 220 students Computer Science 105, an introductory course for students who attend high schools where at least 40% of students live in low-income households.

Zoom Updates Address Low Bandwidth for Teachers

Zoom has introduced several new features designed specifically for educators.

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