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Reaching remote regions: How ShalomLearning is using Fuze to offer military families access to cultural education

Debi Himelfarb, Vice President of Operations Over two years ago we started a Jewish education program offering a flexible learning environment for students when they can’t be face-to-face in a classroom. Today we have more than 300 students globally with a special focus on those families in remote regions, as well as those who are

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Ravinia Reading Center: Fuzing across Illinois

At Ravinia Reading Center, we emphasize the undeniable connection between spoken and written language and so being able to hear and see the teacher clearly is critical. Our students learn to independently apply word structure knowledge—phonological, morphological, and orthographic

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How Video (finally) Delivers on its Education Promise: Imitating and improving interactions.

When video first started appearing at universities in the late 90s, it came with the hopes of connecting remote students and institutions as if they were in the same space. Academics coined the phenomenon “flipping the classroom”: the idea that students could easily complete coursework – typically bound by a classrooms’ four walls – from

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Saint Louis University – Sharing Knowledge and the University through Fuze

As the oldest university west of the Mississippi, St. Louis University searched for a solution to overcome the barriers associated with a distributed faculty and student population across campus and around the globe.  In October they deployed Fuze campus wide from Saint Louis to Madrid enabling better communication, collaboration between staff, as well as increasing their ability to provide classes beyond a typical classroom.

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