How edtech can support teachers with remote learning

How edtech can help teachers with remote learning

By Rhian Binns - PR and Communications Manager at YPO

EDTECH

Here at YPO, we know that COVID-19 is continuing to bring challenges to your school, and we want you to know that we’re here to help you.

We know that The Department for Education (DfE) has recently announced the temporary continuity direction under the Coronavirus Act 2020, which states that all state-funded school-age children must be provided immediate access to remote education should they miss school due to coronavirus from Thursday 22 October until the end of the school year.

DfE expects schools to be able to provide a remote education, and one of the ways we can help you is through our partnership with EdTech Impact.

Now more than ever understanding what tools to use and how to deliver the best online learning is a great challenge. And we know that this new legal duty has brought the use of digital tools to deliver lessons to the forefront, and it can be quite daunting to know where to begin.

 EdTech Impact can help. Our partner offers 1000’s of apps and products that you can filter to schools who have similar features to yours. Compare pricing, learning impact, training, data privacy, parental suitability and much more. Many products are available free of charge in support of COVID-19.

 Michael Forshaw, Founder of EdTech Impact, said “Since 12th March, EdTech Impact has helped thousands of schools find the right solutions for their needs, wherever they are on their digital journey. The platform is free to use for all YPO customers. So please do share widely with colleagues and networks."

EdTech Impact is a great way to ensure your school is ahead of the changes taking place on 22 October. Start your search now at www.edtechimpact.com.