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Hybrid Learning Environments: The Instructional Trajectory

The shift to hybrid learning environments brings with it some different responsibilities for teachers. Whereas when all the students are in the room, you can “swoop in” to clarify or redirect, you can “go with the flow” and adjust your plans on the spot, and you don’t have to anticipate as much as react . […]

The New Fall Look for School: A Hybrid Learning Environment

Fall 2020 promises to bring some challenges to schools in terms of social distancing. Most likely, students will attend school with a staggered schedule that has them both learning at home and learning online. Even if social distancing ends, the chances of another virus-related school closing are high. It’s time to stop thinking of schools […]

Help for Educators in the Midst of School Closings due to COVID-19 Health Crisis...

Dr. Nancy Sulla, founder of IDE Corp. and creator of the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™ (LATIC), is helping educators and their students navigate the remote learning process during the COVID-19 health crisis. Dr. Sulla thinks all things are possible, especially when it comes to education.   In response to the challenges our schools are experiencing during this […]

Tanya Bosco, IDE Corp. Executive VP and Author, to Present at FETC 2020 in Miami

Tanya Bosco will be presenting with Kara Smucker, Principal of Quail Hollow Elementary School in Pasco County, Florida. They will present “Beyond Blended: Making the Shift From Compliance to Engagement” on Thursday, January 16, 2020, from 1:00 PM to 1:40 PM. Tanya will also be signing copies of “Students Taking Charge Implementation Guide for Leaders”, […]

Carrie Gentner, IDE Corp. Consultant, to Present at FETC 2020 in Miami

Carrie Gentner will be presenting with the kindergarten teaching team from Chester W. Taylor Elementary School in Pasco County, Florida. Ashley Krouse and Dawn Rice will join Carrie to present “Student Self-Selected Learning Paths Using Digital Formative Assessment” on Thursday, January 16, 2020, from 10:45 to 11:15 AM. The session will detail how many teachers […]