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Remote School Meltdowns? Research Gives Window Into Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

There’s a picture that went viral early in the pandemic that became a symbol of how hard emergency remote schooling was for the youngest students. The image showed a 5-year-old student sitting at a small desk in his family’s kitchen, facing a laptop computer. He’s holding a pencil in one hand, pulling up the neck of his T-shirt with his other ... Read More »

Influencer Marketing Trends In The Global Market

Influencer marketing is already on the rise globally. Even the pandemic could not stop the rise of this marketing technique. Instead, it can be rightly assumed that influencer marketing reached new heights of success because of the same. Users have changed the way they buy and research products and services. Everything that relied on traditional marketing has now shifted to ... Read More »

The 10 Best Data Science Blogs To Follow

There are countless excellent resources on data science, and it can be a little overwhelming to know where to start. This article will list some of the most useful blogs and websites for everyone—from data science experts to complete newbies. In addition to offering advice and learning resources, this list of data science blogs is also full of websites to ... Read More »

TikTok Was the Most Downloaded App Globally on Christmas Day 2021

Oculus topped the downloads charts for the US, NHS app for the UK While Roblox was the #1 game in both the US and UK Apple is reported to break iPhone sales this holiday season selling over 40 million devices from Black Friday to Christmas. As consumers unwrapped new iPhones and Android phones on Christmas morning, they downloaded a flurry of apps ... Read More »

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Coinbase, Boeing, Carnival and more

oinbase — Shares of the crypto exchange fell nearly 7% on Tuesday as digital currencies came under pressure. The price of bitcoin and ethereum were each down by about 5% in midday trading. Boeing — Shares of Boeing rose 1.5% to lead the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Indonesia on Tuesday lifted a ban on Boeing’s 737 Max, two years after the aircraft’s ... Read More »

Beyond bookmarks: The 4 best read it later apps in 2021

Reading things online is more interesting than most jobs. It’s a big problem, and read it later apps are the solution. If you stumble upon an interesting article, or if someone sends one to you, you can send the article to a reading queue. Then, when you’re done being productive, you can read everything you saved, all in one place. ... Read More »

Setting goals for the New Year with children

New Year’s resolutions are a great way to show students the importance of goal setting and self-discipline. Here are some practical ways to help kids make and achieve goals for the upcoming year! Explain the value of goals Start by defining what goals are and why they’re important. Give students examples of past goals you have set for yourself, show ... Read More »

21 Of The Best Phone Apps For Bloggers

Apps that allow bloggers to blog more often, write better and track their website and social media success. Blogging Apps that enable bloggers to manage their time better and get more done! With technology changing, it is sometimes tough to keep up with all the new apps. Plus smart phones quickly become obsolete and phone applications are constantly being updated. In ... Read More »

Is Solutions Journalism the Solution?

Journalists make careers out of covering the symptoms and causes of bad urban public schools, writing tragedies about students falling through the cracks, scoring scoops from school board investigations, and chasing scandals alongside concerned parents, angry teachers unions, and others. The Seattle Times and the Solutions Journalism Network took a different approach. Reporters and editors at the Times’ Education Lab team felt ... Read More »

4 things to help a school principal lead through the pandemic

Despite vaccinations being distributed in record-breaking time, the COVID surge continues to be a wearisome reality for the third consecutive school year. The ongoing pandemic has created an unprecedented crisis evoking strong and divisive emotions and disrupting PreK-12 education. A school principal leading in these demanding and chaotic circumstances faces relentless pressures, limited options, and sleepless nights. Emotional exhaustion and ... Read More »

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