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IDE Proud to Exhibit and Present at NJSBA Virtual Workshop 2020

IDE Corp. is proud and excited to exhibit and present at the 1st NJSBA Virtual Workshop 2020! The new virtual format is offers many opportunities to attend sessions and engage with colleagues and experts in the field. IDE has created a booth filled with valuable information to help your district create an efficacious remote/hybrid learning […]

Bronxville, NY Teachers Implement Learnings from IDE Remote/Hybrid PD

Bronxville, NY teachers participated in the district’s Innovative Designs for Education Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™ training over the summer and have worked to “create a program that sets students up for success while sustaining a hybrid model classroom”. The Bronxville School technology teacher Carole DelJuidice says “A goal of mine has been to ensure a classroom […]

Five Types of Videos Teachers Can Use to Rock Remote or Hybrid Learning!

What is one of the big challenges of students working remotely? Access to the teacher’s high-quality instruction and guidance. What is one of the ways students engage with information in their world today? Video! Simply put, teachers need to “clone themselves” so that students have access to their voice, expertise, knowledge, and wisdom so they […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Speaks on Engaging Students in a Hybrid Learning Environment

Dr. Nancy Sulla spoke on August 4, 2020, with Chris Leonard, Director of Operations at Sage Thrive, for his podcast, “Conversations About Student Mental Health.” Chris and Nancy discussed engaging students in a Hybrid Learning Environment and how it can help students struggling with mental health issues. Nancy and Chris covered several aspects of how […]

School = Socialization

Let’s face it, school provides students with two invaluable benefits: academic growth and socialization. With students thrust into learning from home in spring 2020, both of those expected outcomes of school suffered. Now we have to face a new reality. On the days when students are in school: Teachers expect to “teach” their students all […]