Remote learning is here to stay. Having the right classroom video conferencing setup can help students and teachers feel more engaged whether they’re at home or in the classroom.
Remote education has become a hot topic as we attempt to reconcile the need for safety during the COVID-19 pandemic with the advantages of — and preferences for — in-person education. While the hope is schools will soon be safe for in-person learning, the use of remote learning and classroom video conferencing will not end.
Over the course of the pandemic, video learning has proved itself, at the very least, to be better than no learning at all. There will always be students who have to miss a class due to illness or personal reasons. But we can no longer expect those students to simply miss out on their education.