Changing The Pedagogical Paradigm

eLearning, as well as traditional brick-and-mortar schools, could serve a more diverse population by changing the fundamental way in which we look at pedagogy. We can benefit by combining multiple ideas to achieve a more enriching experience that will make our students life-long learners.

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Monitor And Adjust

In this time of crisis, it is important to reach out to others outside the online community. We must listen, learn, educate, and share while we open up new possibilities for all to understand the potential of new learning opportunities.

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Taking It Online: Virtual Teaching With Webinars

COVID-19 has disrupted face-to-face education across the globe as teachers everywhere scramble to "put their courses online" and create virtual learning experiences for students. This article serves as a primer on web conferencing and webinar technologies for those new to virtual teaching.

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Factors To Consider When Hiring An Online Tutor For Homework Help

Looking for a tutor who dedicatedly works toward the academic development of a child can be tricky and time-consuming. Of course, there are a plethora of learning institutes available, but what is the guarantee that the child will receive the right tutoring assistance?

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Online Learning Best Practices And Tips: A Full Guide To Math Practice For Teachers

Preparing to teach mathematics is no simple feat. The subject is one of the more complicated ones for learners around the world, and teachers are in a pretty unique position, being required to ensure that learners grasp the math concepts outlined in curricula. This means the teacher must first master the core and supplemental concepts in math.

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How Online Learning Is A Powerful Recourse During The COVID-19 Pandemic

"While temporary school closures as a result of health and other crises are not new, unfortunately, the global scale and speed of the current educational disruption are unparalleled and, if prolonged, could threaten the right to education." – Audrey Azoulay, the UNESCO Director-General.

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