At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, school closures meant more than 90% of the world’s learners had to study virtually or from home. The internet, already an invaluable educational tool, has therefore become even more important for students. One of students’ most common internet activities, both in schools and in home schooling, is online searching.
With more and more children studying remotely, parents are increasingly worried about their digital wellness - and calling for schools to take more responsibility.
Reports on the impact of remote learning during 2020 show a range of outcomes - some positive, some negative and some just plain surprising.
Finding quality educational content for kids to engage and connect with - content that supports and inspires their learning - can feel like looking for a needle in the digital haystack. Luckily, the experts have your back.