Technology is changing the way that teachers interact with students in their classrooms and transforming how K-12 teams collaborate and communicate on a day-to-day basis. But when unexpected events make it impossible to conduct class within school walls, how can K-12 educators leverage technology and instructional strategies to facilitate remote learning?
Before diving deeper into the technology, frameworks, and strategies that make remote learning effective, it's important to understand what remote learning actually means and how it impacts the K-12 industry.
But before diving deeper into technology,
frameworks, and strategies that make remote
We need to first define what Remote Learning
means for K-12 education.
Remote Learning occurs when teachers and
students are separated by distance and/or
time, making it impossible to meet in a
traditional classroom setting.
When we defined e-Learning, we explained
that it’s all about one thing:
Utilizing learning technologies to maximize
lesson plans and curriculum outside of the
physical classroom for both teachers and
Remote Learning is no different from e-
Learning, but when put into practice, those
technologies should not overshadow the
teacher’s role and larger instructional goals.