Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to send their employees home to work, long-term remote work arrangements are now becoming commonplace.
Remote learning is becoming more and more popular – if not necessary – since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. While many schools are opening fully, many educational institutions will be teaching online, or at least partially through remote learning.
Schools and educational institutions are under a lot of pressure to open safely despite the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Whether your school is reopening fully, or a smaller scale opening is in the works, containing viral spread is critical.
In 2020, the novel coronavirus COVID-19 completely disrupted all aspects of life, including education.
Since the introduction of whiteboards, nearly every classroom and corporate classroom has adopted them as a convenient, clean, and cost-effective method of organizing presentations and documenting attendee comments.
Keeping students engaged in a world dominated by technology isn’t easy. Teachers today need to provide their students with lessons that grab their attention to ensure they take in the necessary information. It’s common knowledge that active learning is better than passive instruction. To keep students on the edge of their seats, schools should invest in interactive displays for the classroom.