Serious concerns about COVID-19 this year forced many schools to close with short notice. Teachers, students, and caregivers scrambled to find ways to continue education with a quick transition to remote learning in isolated households. Recently, I interviewed Patricia Drentea, Professor of Sociology, about isolation, remote learning, and other pressures on individuals and families caused by the novel coronavirus.
Need help getting the word out about your children’s app or educational ebook to teachers? For more visibility in the education market, submit your resource and a short lesson plan to the Drawp Resource Marketplace, a free website where teachers can search and download K-12 content. Each lesson plan has four optional fields: […]
Drawp for School is featured in the Apps for Learning Section of the Microsoft Education Campus where attendees can test Microsoft Partner Apps on 12 devices at BETT 2018. We are honored that Drawp for School is featured as a Top App for Learning by Microsoft at the 2018 UK BETT Show. Microsoft is making […]