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Digital tools and strategies, when implemented correctly, can help boost student engagement and create more impactful learning experiences. As digital learning tools evolve, they can set students up for success as they move through school and enter the workforce. How has access to these tools changed in the wake of the pandemic? What are some of the best tools to use, and how can educators ensure that the tools and trends students use are truly helping student learning?
Social and emotional learning has become a major part of learning. With student mental health in the spotlight, educators realize they must do all they can to promote healthy mindsets and monitor student well-being, as well as give students the tools they need to regulate their own emotions. Discover how schools integrate SEL and make mental health and well-being a cornerstone of school culture. What makes SEL so critical for students, and how is it taught?

Access for all remains one of education’s toughest challenges. Not all districts are equipped to give every student in need a device and/or a wi-fi hotspot. But the homework gap is widening, and COVID-19 highlighted the plight of students with inadequate or zero access to high-speed internet, along with the struggles of those who don’t have any devices, or the right device, to complete schoolwork at home. How can we close the equity gap?

Cybersecurity continues to top school and IT leaders’ list of priorities, particularly after learning went remote and returned to in-person and hybrid learning in a global health pandemic. What challenges do IT leaders face as they try to balance access with security? What goes into creating a vigilant and flexible approach to learning?

 
A one-size-fits-all education is no longer an acceptable approach. Instead, instructors are increasingly taking an individualized approach to how they teach students, tailoring programs and experiences to student needs. What does this look like in a classroom? And how can schools connect students with the best personalized and differentiated learning experiences?
By turning a lesson or concept–often a tough-to-teach concept–into a motivational game, or by transferring knowledge in a competitive and reward-based manner, students are more immersed in their learning and are likely to retain more information. How can educators implement game-based learning correctly? What benefits are there for students?
The pandemic made it clear: Online learning will remain a permanent part of students’ future, whether students elect to enroll in all-online programs or prefer a hybrid approach. But online learning is much, much more than a pandemic solution. Through online programs, students have access to classes they may not be able to take in brick-and-mortar schools. And with educator burnout becoming a much bigger factor in teachers’ job decisions, many teachers are electing to teach in online schools for increased flexibility.
While it isn’t a sport played outside on a field, a growing body of research indicates that esports conveys a number of benefits to its participants, including socialization, collaboration, teamwork skills, and problem solving. And it’s not only the players getting involved–students join teams as strategists, business managers, coaches and more. How can districts start their own esports programs? What infrastructure and tech tools should be in place to ensure success?
STEM and STEAM (the A is for the arts) are often some of the most important and engaging aspects of student learning. The skills students learn in STEM subjects, such as critical and analytical thinking, will serve them well throughout life. But STEM can also be tough to teach, and students have a troubling tendency to lose interest in STEM by middle school. How can educators retain students in STEM topics? What are some of the most promising STEM education practices?
Coding has become more popular in recent years thanks to a big push from groups like Code.org and Girls Who Code. Students as young as preschool can learn basic coding concepts, and those concepts can be taught without devices. When students learn coding, they discover problem-solving and critical thinking, as well as perseverance. Coding, robotics, and engineering go hand-in-hand, creating engaging learning environments where students build important life skills as they work together to solve challenges. What are some of the newest and most innovative approaches to coding education today?
Today’s libraries are bustling centers of learning, with librarians and digital media specialists leading the charge. More and more librarians are taking on leadership roles within their schools, while at the same time helping students develop essential research and evaluation skills. Many school libraries also serve as education centers for their communities, as well. What does a school library look like today? What resources do school librarians think are critical to the library’s success?
Literacy opens all doors for students. It gives students the power to access any type of information–and communicate that information and knowledge–whenever they want. By building strong literacy skills, students are equipped for success in later grades, college, the workforce, and beyond. But obstacles, such as equity gaps, still remain. How can educators help build a foundation for strong literacy skills in their students?

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