Our set of best practice principles should help adults to teach the principles to children in an age-appropriate way.
Guidance on strong passwords has changed and children need to learn about it in a way that suits their stage of development.
Six-year-old Peyton Denette works remotely from her home in Mississauga, Ont., on March 30, 2020.
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Motivating students, encouraging their self-regulation and maintaining home-school communication are ways parents have the potential to positively influence learning outcomes.
Online learning can create problems for students, particularly those with disabilities, unless platforms and content are designed with accessibility and inclusion in mind.
How should COVID-19 vaccine be prioritized?
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A team of experts argues that after taking care of essential workers, COVID-19 vaccinations should be given to the greatest transmitters of the virus, who are mostly the young.
Is he learning something?
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While providing access to digital technology is important, it won’t even the digital playing field. If teachers can embrace all students' digital interests as opportunities for learning, it would help.
Children now use several online accounts to manage different learning platforms.
Children need to learn how to manage their own accounts and passwords as an extension of their identity.
Nigerian university students.
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The assumption has always been that students would enjoy online learning but our research, during COVID-19 lock down, found otherwise.
Students and parents at California’s Hollywood High School go through temperature checks before picking up laptops for online learning.
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Checking for symptoms is just the beginning. Here are 10 ways schools can help keep children, families and faculty safe.
This is what the school day currently looks like in many parts of the U.S.
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One big complication with K-12 distance learning is how hard it is to get children and teens to log in and do their schoolwork. But there are things teachers and families can do to help.
Are university lectures better on YouTube?
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, universities are using video for so much of their teaching. Some worry this will hurt student learning, but that's not what we found.
With Year 12s studying for their final year exam, the score of which will be converted into a ranking as related to their peers across the country, many Victorians are worried they may be set back.
Too much time screen time can lead to lower self-esteem.
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It's worth going out of your way to ensure that kids practice interacting with others and maintain their friendships.
Universities around the world are re-examining how they teach, do research and serve their students.
Vice-chancellors from three South African universities unpack how the COVID-19 pandemic could alter the country's higher education sector.
A seven week survey asked questions on the experiences of students with disabilities and their families when schools across Australia had mostly closed, and children learnt remotely.
Workers are seeking credentials to get an edge in the job market.
When lockdowns went into effect earlier this year, interest in massive online open courses, or MOOCs, began to surge. An expert expects the interest to continue.
Today’s children are getting way more screen time than usual.
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Children will probably be OK, especially if their families make sure this elevated level of screen time doesn't turn into a long-term habit.
A sustainable return to remote learning must ensure schools and the government address social, emotional and equity issues of students, and increasing workloads for teachers.
A Grattan Institute report shows the achievement gap between disadvantaged and advantaged students widens at triple the rate in remote schooling compared to regular class.
It’s likely that most universities will be conducting classes online in the fall. That doesn’t mean learning will suffer.
Research shows few differences in academic outcomes between online and face-to-face university courses. A professor who's been teaching online for years offers advice on good online courses.
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The pandemic has intensified online learning, but educators are struggling to keep students engaged. Faculty members from the National University of Singapore offer three strategies to overcome this.