Events: COVID-19 & Education
Distance Learning Summit Tackles Challenges of Remote Instruction in the Time of Pandemic
Journal is launching a new
virtual event for education professionals, including information
technology leaders, administrators, instructional technologists and
educators themselves. The
event is free to attend.
sessions are planned for
the first THE Journal Distance Learning
a Time of Pandemic
entire teaching force in the United States suddenly found itself
from home this
Many were not —
still are not —
make the adjustment. But school appears to be out for the long haul,
not just for this semester but beyond, into the summer and fall in
some cases. Teachers must adapt now. We focus on the tools,
technologies, resources and training teachers need now to continue
delivering instruction to the nation’s 56 million students.
to Avoid the Pitfalls of Remote Learning
learning and e-learning aren’t about recreating what goes on inside
the physical classroom. This session, presented by an expert in
blended and online learning, will reveal the pitfalls educators and
institutions need to avoid; spotlight best practices in distance
learning; and provide discussion for meeting the needs of
panels will be moderated by THE Journal Editor-in-Chief and Editorial
Director David Nagel.
first THE Journal Distance Learning Summit will be held online May
registration is open now.
for more information.