Educational Technology

February 26, 2019

E-learning could forecast ‘working’ snow days

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:31 am

By KELSEY RETTKE, Daily Chronicle

Between the recent polar vortex knocking out five days of school in DeKalb School District 428, and snow days in abundance already, less than two months in to 2019, districts are looking to legislators in Springfield as they indicate the definition of a “traditional school day” is changing. DeKalb District 428 Superintendent Jamie Craven said nothing can replace the one-to-one relationship between a student and teacher in a classroom setting. “There’s no substitute for a student’s teachers,” Craven said. “And the best education, in my opinion, is with their teachers in a classroom. However, we’re in an age now where we have remote learning opportunities.”

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