At FETC which was held at New Orleans, numerous solutions were discussed for the purpose to recover from the negative effects of the disease, encouraging the equality of parents and children, providing digital access to manage student mental health along with others Social and Emotional Learning instruments. An important announcement that was made during the conference was that of AVer Information Inc. USA’s debut of the A the world’s the first All-in-One Camera with AI Audio specifically designed for classrooms. The multi-functional device provides an more effective teaching experience because it combines an image camera, a web camera, microphone, and speaker into one easy-to-use device.
Beanstack is an EdTech platform designed to help schools to encourage students to read through gamification. Recently, it proved the necessity of keeping students entertained. Beanstack’s mobile apps, its customizable reading challenge platform , and reading template make it easy for teachers and librarians for students to be motivated to read by keeping track of when, where is being read, as well as how many reading challenges they’ve completed. The company has also provided Schools with IFPs, Monitors and audio equipment which allows students who are up to feet away to have a crystal clear sound quality in the classroom.
On the occasion of the demonstration recently conducted by BenQ Boards, educators of Citrus County Schools expressed their appreciation for the user-friendly and intuitiveness of the BenQ Board smart boards. BenQ has provided details on their BlueCore family of laser education projectors along with the InstaShow WPS education wireless presentation technology (WDCE). Also, ClassVR/Avanti’sWorld offered an extensive description of Eduverse.com the most innovative online learning platform that allows Kschools to connect to a secure ‘metaverse’.
The Cook Center for Human Connection will promote mental health awareness as well as youth suicide prevention. The center emphasizes the vital role played by parents to assist in this effort. The Center has partnered with ParentGuidance.org to support its mission. The organization offers therapeutic and educational tools that can help parents be more confident and help them advocate on behalf of their children’s mental health. The Center has also developed an innovative way of learning: Eduverse, an interactive platform that make it possible to accomplish anything. It’s an innovative way for individuals to acquire knowledge.
Lisa Wills (Executive Director, Curriculum and Instruction, Ector County Independent Schools District, Odessa Texas) spoke at the FETC Virtual Conference about the importance of having human connections to allow individuals to flourish and gave an insight into what is required for students to be engaged in virtual tutoring. Given the ongoing need for learning, Mrs. Wills also explored the concept of high-impact tutoring programs and the evidence-based methods they employ. In a quick session, she shared the ways administrators can find the best programme for their school as well as district.
In their current positions, teachers, Curriculum Specialists, Assistant Principal, Principal and the Director for Literacy direct their attention to the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction. This is why they work closely with districts’ online tutoring services, such as FEV Tutor, to facilitate rapid learning for students. FTW Robotics has showcased their drone technology in Booth # that is presently being used in schools for K students all across the United States. With Drone Technology, FTW Robotics strives to cultivate the ability to think critically, develop a lifelong interest as well as Advanced Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEMeducation. Every day, they strive at expanding their reach and reach out to more institutes.
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In conclusion in her conclusion. Wills provided insight into the importance of human connection for people to thrive and also what it takes to engage students fully through virtual tutoring. Ms. Wills shared evidence-based strategies for tutoring programs that have high impact, as well as how district and school administrators can determine the best solution. With regard to the effects of the epidemic on student learning outcomes The presentation she gave was insightful and inspired us to stay innovating when confronting unfinished learning possibilities.