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Remote Teaching and Learning – How Prodigy is helping

Remote Teaching and Learning – How Prodigy is helping

Read Time: 4 minutes, 42 seconds

Posted on Wed, May 27 2020

The outbreak of corona-virus and the enforced lock-down of schools (to reduce the risk of the spread) has forced schools around the world to take various actions in order to continue teaching and...

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Exploring Virtual Classroom

Exploring Virtual Classroom

Read Time: 7 minutes, 38 seconds

Posted on Wed, May 27 2020

Teaching and learning remotely isn’t a new concept, it has been around since the 1900’s. However, the advances in technology has made it more popular especially with the birth of the internet....

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Online learning – How to keep students engaged

Online learning – How to keep students engaged

Read Time: 6 minutes, 51 seconds

Posted on Wed, May 27 2020

Keeping students engaged in the classroom is a challenge faced by teachers. Over the years, teachers have come up with innovative ways to help students get the best out of a learning program and...

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Challenges of Remote Learning

Challenges of Remote Learning

Read Time: 7 minutes, 30 seconds

Posted on Sat, Apr 04 2020

A good number of schools are now considering remote learning (distance learning or distance education) all around the world as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. It is important to note that alongside...

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Distance Learning, what does it really mean?

Distance Learning, what does it really mean?

Read Time: 8 minutes, 27 seconds

Posted on Thu, Apr 02 2020

Traditionally, distance learning took place through correspondence. Students received their study materials via the post, and worked through these materials at their own pace. However, recent...

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What Really is Flipped Classroom

What Really is Flipped Classroom

Read Time: 13 minutes, 57 seconds

Posted on Mon, Mar 23 2020

In the traditional model of classroom instruction, the teacher is typically the central focus of a lesson and the primary source of information during the class period. With this style of...

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