Month: May 2022

Integrating UDL and SEL to Support Learning: An Educators’ Guide

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is an integral part of education and human development and is a popular topic of conversation for educators. Universal design for learning (UDL) is a learning concept about removing barriers to improve teaching and instruction, leading to better outcomes. It’s important for educators to understand how imperative social and emotional …

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MSP Remote Access Tips to Protect Clients

Staying a step ahead of cybercriminals has become a serious challenge. There are nation-state attackers, hacker collectives and opportunists looking for any opening. These days, managed service providers (MSPs) are the top target. MSPs are responsible for managing and protecting client networks, devices, data and other valuable assets. Those assets are what motivate malicious actors: …

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5 Ways to Support Teacher Mental Health This Spring

Spring is approaching and conversations about mental health, well-being, and how to manage it in the upcoming months, are taking now priority. Despite the great weather and the school breaks, spring is actually the season associated with the highest rates of depression, anxiety, and stress.  According to Anna Dabrowski of the Australian Council for Educational Research …

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