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10 Questions for Equity Advocates to Ask About Distance Learning

  • 1.  10 Questions for Equity Advocates to Ask About Distance Learning

    Posted 18 days ago
    Excerpt: even under the best circumstances, distance learning is not a substitute for in-school education. The learning loss created by the COVID-19 crisis is going to be massive. Districts should be planning now for how to make up this lost learning time...
    https://edtrust.org/resource/10-questions-for-equity-advocates-to-ask-about-distance-learning/


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    Jorge Saenz De Viteri
    http://jorgesaenzdeviteri.com
    Pomona NY
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  • 2.  RE: 10 Questions for Equity Advocates to Ask About Distance Learning

    Posted 16 days ago
    Good day all,

    I agree with this concern.  As a person who has taught 5th grade through college/graduate students, and having studied on line for myself  - distance learning only - is problematic.  I think the trendy aspects of technology offers a loss of conversation, and 'online chats' are not a replacement.  The back and forth conversation known as discussion becomes more complex when a K-12 student doesn't know what to ask, nor how to formulate the question(s).   While creativity is beautiful, pure learning for those with different learning styles and how a person retains knowledge can't really be fully satisfied via directions indicating -click here-

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    C. McKenzie
    President
    Focused Intent Foundation
    Dearborn MI
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