More than two years have passed since almost every teacher and student was suddenly forced to teach or study remotely using some technology. What have we learned about what works and what doesn’t, and what role should technology play in further learning?
This week’s episode from the key Inside the Supreme EdThe News and Analysis Podcast explores whether the landscape of digital teaching and learning has changed over the past two years of global pandemics, recessions, upheavals due to racial justice and more.
The talk includes Shanna Smith Jagars, assistant vice rector for research and program evaluation at Ohio State University’s Student Performance Administration (and self-proclaimed “friendly critic” of online education), and Jessica Rowland Williams, director of Every Student. Ubiquitous, achieving equal results in higher education through advances in digital learning. During the discussion, they explore topics such as whether students ’expectations have changed as to when, where, and how they study; when most educators are more likely to incorporate technology into their pedagogy than before; and what institutional leaders need to do to ensure that no matter what digital learning plays into their future strategies, they are doing well.