Remote learning is no longer a new trend. It started even before the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, which has greatly affected the education sector across the globe. But with the continued technological improvements and developments, remote education has made it easier to conduct learning outside the classroom. In fact, it is quickly becoming a new norm in the industry that needs to be embraced.
However, remote learning can’t be effective in delivering content to learners without proper planning and considerations. Thankfully, we have identified the following top Ed-tech tips for teachers to follow when conducting remote learning. They come to help them deliver the safest and secure remote learning experience to their students.
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