FETC which was held located in New Orleans – discussed many ways to help in recuperating from the effects of the epidemic and encouraging the equality of parents and children. They also provided online access for students and controlled their mental health. The most notable announcement made at the conference was AVer Information Inc. USA’s announcement of the A the world’s first All-in-One Camera with AI Audio specifically designed for classrooms. This multi-functional tool offers an better teaching experience, by combining an image camera, a web camera, microphone, as well as a speaker in one convenient device.
Beanstack is an EdTech platform designed to help schools for encouraging their students to read through gaming. Recently, the platform has shown the significance of keeping readers engaged. Beanstack’s reading challenge platform is customizable as well as its mobile app, and reading challenge templates make it easier for librarians and educators to inspire users to attain their reading goals by tracking when, how much the time they spend reading and also what they have read. School facilities are also equipped with IFPs and monitors provided by the firm. This provides clear audio in their classrooms.
At the recent demonstration conducted by BenQ Boards, educators of Citrus County Schools voiced appreciation for their ease of use and intuitiveness of the BenQ Board smart boards. In addition, BenQ also gave insight on their entire line of BlueCore laser education projectors , as well as their InstaShow WDCE , a wireless educational display system (WPS). In addition, ClassVR/Avanti’sWorld provided the full description of Eduverse.com, a revolutionary online learning system that allows students from Kschools to gain access to an encrypted’metaverse’.
The Cook Center for Human Connection seeks to create awareness around student suicide prevention and mental health. It emphasizes the important importance of the role parents play in the prevention of suicide. It is collaborating with ParentGuidance.org to aid in its work. It provides therapy and educational services that make parents become more confident and empower them to advocate for their children’s mental well-being. In addition, the Center has a new approach to study; Eduverse is an digital platforms that are interactive and where it is possible to achieve anything.
Lisa Wills (Executive Director, Curriculum and Instruction, Ector County Independent Schools District, Odessa Texas) spoke at the FETC Virtual Conference about the value of human connections for individuals to flourish and gave an insight into what is required to engage students with tutoring via virtual technology. With regard to ongoing incomplete learning, Ms. Wills also explored the concept of high-impact tutoring programs and their evidence-based interventions. In a brief session she explained how administrators can select the ideal programme for their school as well as district.
The teacher, Curriculum Specialist, Assistant Principal, Director, and Assistant of Literacy have a direct report from the executive director of Curriculum and Instruction in their respective roles. To help students learn faster, the teachers collaborate directly with FEV Tutor’s District’s online tutoring program. FTW Robotics has showcased their drone technology in Booth # that is presently installed in K schools all across the United States. With Drone Technology, FTW Robotics seeks to foster the ability to think critically, develop a lifelong interest as well as Advanced Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEMeducation. They are working hard in expanding their wings in more and more universities every day.
The Learning Outcome
In the end In conclusion, Ms. Wills provided insight into the significance of connecting with people for people to thrive and also what it takes for students to be truly engaged online in tutoring. Ms. Wills shared evidence-based strategies to create high-impact tutoring programs and how school and district administrators can find the best solution. Based on the impacts that the pandemic’s impact has had on the student’s learning The presentation she gave was insightful and inspired us to stay innovating when confronting unfinished learning opportunities.