The Importance of Keeping Digital Instruction Consistent with School Goals
September 24, 2020
BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The COVID-19 pandemic has given the entire country a crash course in virtual education and digital education platforms. As school buildings closed in the spring of 2020, school leaders scrambled to implement virtual education programs. This was both a necessary response to the current crisis and, for virtual education advocates, an opportunity to permanently transform public education with digital technology.
Unfortunately, school leaders have had little more than marketing messages to inform
their considerations of digital offerings. To provide some additional information,
insights and recommendations, NEPC released a three-brief collection today. Issues to Consider Before Adopting a Digital Platform or Learning Program was authored by Faith Boninger and Alex Molnar of the University of Colorado Boulder, with contributions by Michael Barbour of Touro University California. The briefs detail how digital platforms and learning programs can distort
curriculum, teaching, and assessments, threaten student privacy, and undermine data
security. They identify key issues for school leaders to consider before adopting
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