This is part of a series on the cultural and technological shifts impacting education. This article discusses how the pandemic has forced educators to use additional strategies to engage students during remote learning. A number of educators have turned to project-based and active learning strategies to maintain a high level of student interested and engagement. The primary question raised was, can educators return to traditional pedagogical strategies post-pandemic? Is it time to integrate project-based and active learning strategies throughout the curriculum? What are your thoughts?Caesar Mickens Jr, Director of Professional Learning and Innovation
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