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COVID-19: Support urgent federal funding for effective edtech use

05/19/2020

Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, Online learning

With school closures likely to extend into the 2020-21 school year, educator readiness remains a large…

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NASA Keeps the STEM Lessons Going From Home

12/20/2020

Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, NASA, Online learning, STEM

From launching simple paper rockets to learning how to read satellite images, NASA has assembled a rich collection of STEM activities for students from kindergarten through high school to do on their own at…

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How To Lead a School District in a Crisis

04/07/2021

Topics: coronavirus, Education leadership, Online learning, Technology planning & infrastructure

Remember when 1:1 devices were a luxury and video lectures felt subversive? For many school districts, it wasn’t that long ago.

Over the past few decades, education has been dipping its feet in the…

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School is closed, but learning is open! Lessons from COVID-19

03/26/2020

Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, Online learning

In the past, schools were paralyzed and learning ceased in extenuating circumstances. In cases of extreme weather, epidemics and fires, learning in an organized face-to-face setting was no longer possible.…

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What about COVID-19? A letter to the ISTE community

03/14/2020

Topics: coronavirus

As we navigate the impact of COVID-19 in our communities and across the field, I am sharing updates, resources and reflections from the ISTE/EdSurge team. 

The gravity of this moment cannot be…

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