Integrating SEL into Remote Learning

August 10, 2020

During periods of time when they can’t physically go to school, students might find it more difficult to (1) take care of themselves, (2) connect with each other, and (3) find sources of meaning and vitality—so these need to be the focus of online social-emotional learning. Students might find it more difficult to take care of themselves when they’ve lost their daily routines. They might get less exercise when they’re not walking or biking to school, or running around during PE. They might not be sleeping well due to altered schedules and added responsibilities at home.

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What High-Achieving Students Have Discovered Through Virtual Learning

whitePaper | September 30, 2021

Student athletes face a real challenge. To stay at the top of their game both athletically and educationally, they must learn to balance their demanding training and travel schedules for games, tournaments, and competitions with that of a flexible yet rigorous academic program that emphasizes the importance of learning as they prepare for their future.

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How education coped in the shift to distance learning.

whitePaper | February 24, 2021

Education in the United States faced a crisis this year. The looming threat of the coronavirus which spreads easily in highly-populated, enclosed rooms forced schools across the country to develop new strategies for education.

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Top Trends in Education for 2020

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

Globalization has brought new ways of working, living, and therefore also studying. In 2017, according to the data of UNESCO (2019), there were over 5.3 million international students studying around the world, up from 2 million in 2000. As higher education institutions, we adapt academic systems to address the talent needs from the industry as well as the needs from cohorts of more nomadic students.

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Girls and STEM Education Research Overview and Resources

whitePaper | November 13, 2019

The purpose of this eBook is to explore the intersection between science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, particularly computer science, and girls. Historically, women and other minority students have been largely absent from STEM fields and classes, and across 39 states only 45% of high schools teach computer science (Girl Scout Research Institute, 2012; Anderson, 2018). This eBook covers statistics for girls and minority students in STEM, the growing technology-dependent labor market, current initiatives and organizations encouraging STEM, literature on how to support these promising students, and resources.

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Reliability Management: Setting-up Cloud Server in Higher Education

whitePaper | November 6, 2019

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What summer learning loss can tell us about the potential impact of school closures on student academic achievement

whitePaper | April 21, 2020

Seasonal learning research allows researchers to compare student learning patterns when school is in versus out of session. While there is some controversy about the magnitude of summer learning lossii,iii three trends are consistent across seasonal learning research findingsiv: achievement typically slows or declines over the summer months, declines tend to be steeper for math than for reading, and the extent (proportionally) of loss increases in the upper grades.

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TeachBeyond recruits teachers, administrators and support staff who want to implement Transformational Education in international and national schools. The name TeachBeyond reflects the organization’s commitment to teaching beyond one-dimensional, utilitarian forms of education to a comprehensive, holistic form of Christian education that can transform individuals and communities.

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