With the pandemic disrupting the educations of billions of students globally, K-12 schools and colleges have had to turn to remote and blended learning options to keep their students on the right track. There is just one problem. Most K-12 and college educators and administrators know very little about remote and blended learning, and so there learning curve has been very steep.
Scheduling and Blended Learning
Most of us have gotten used to remote learning since we had no choice but to do so. Since the pandemic has not quelled, it’s more important than ever to have an adequate plan in place. Many schools offer a blended class schedule, where kids attend classes in person for two or three days and do remote learning the rest of the school week.
This means the use of technology and apps to help keep…