Measuring Some Sort of Pandemic Progress

In this episode: Taking lessons from pandemic teaching, instilling empathy takes center stage in getting students back to school, and how to improve parent communication

The COVID-19 pandemic is still very much with us and continues to affect millions of teachers and students who wrestle with the challenges of hybrid, virtual, and full in-person learning scenarios. But if you step back and look at the positive side of things, you’ll find that teachers and students have become incredibly adept at using new technology tools–and it looks as if these tools and techniques will stick around.

This latest episode of Innovations in Education includes a smorgasboard of interesting content, including a conversation about what edtech industry events will look like in 2022, along with a chat with a district IT leader who worked to protect his district from a ransomware attack last year.

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