K-12 stakeholders saw the value of digital learning firsthand when schools shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic. Suddenly, teachers who’d seldom used technology for instruction were creating online lessons and using web conferencing platforms to connect with students.
Out of necessity, teachers’ proficiency with digital tools and resources has increased as a result of the pandemic. It’s likely that many of the practices that emerged in the shift to online instruction will continue long after schools reopen. That’s important, because digital learning allows for more personalized, engaging and student-centered instruction. It empowers students to take control of their education, leading to more active learning strategies and a deeper understanding of content. Learn more now.