Promethean and Tech & Learning discuss hybrid learning and the future of edtech

Published: October 1st, 2020

With COVID-19 showing no signs of slowing down, it is likely that few schools will get through the school year without some form of hybrid learning. Promethean, Tech & Learning, and Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District teamed up to discuss hybrid learning and how schools can make the most of the edtech tools they have and improve the way they use technology moving forward.

Watch the on-demand webinar here. 

Dr. Kecia Ray lead the discussion with the instructional technology team from Eagle Mountain-Saginaw, including Jeni Long, Sallee Clark, and Kirk Murdoch, to hear how they are using the tools they have to deliver lessons in a variety of ways: from remote to hybrid and face-to-face learning. Each learning environment has its challenges and they share the ways they’ve managed to solve those challenges by putting a plan in place quickly and repurposing existing technology to ensure learning continues.

Promethean’s Chief Product Officer, Steve Halliwell, shares new research about the five key trends from the State of Technology in Education 2020-2021 Report that schools have identified as being crucial this school year — including how the pandemic will likely shape the future of education.

One thing is clear, schools will continue to lean heavily on education technology solutions to help ensure teachers can continue to deliver lesson plans, wherever students are learning from.