• Where do we go from here: the future of education
    Kami Newsroom,  Remote Learning

    Where Do We Go from Here: The Future of Education

    At Kami, we are speaking to educators around the world every day – through our Facebook groups, on Twitter, Instagram, via our webinars, by Zoom, and on the phone. And what has become increasingly clear to us from the thousands of interactions over recent months, is that education is not going to go “back to normal”. A digital transformation was already underway in many schools, albeit at a measured pace and in the face of persistent doubts. But remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated it. As we move through what is becoming a seminal moment for education, we’d like to share some of our thoughts and observations on…

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    Business Continuity Planning in the time of Covid-19

    We went big, and we went early — both for our staff and for the community. As a tech startup, we are well used to flying in the eye of the storm. You could say uncertainty is our bread and butter, so is exponential growth. So with coronavirus on the horizon, we’ve gone big and we’ve gone early. To help support our community and the health services stem the spread of the virus and “flatten the curve,” we at Kami have decided to trigger our Business Continuity Plan (BCP). As the crisis is getting more serious, we want to share our BCP (Business Continuity Plan) with you, whether you’re also…

  • Que faire si votre école ferme à cause du coronavirus?
    Kami Newsroom,  Remote Learning

    Que faire si votre école ferme à cause du coronavirus?

    Apprentissage à distance avec Kami pendant les fermetures d’écoles! Votre école est-elle affectée par les fermetures d’écoles de coronavirus? Avec Kami, vos cours peuvent continuer immédiatement – EN LIGNE et GRATUIT! La fermeture des écoles nécessite des stratégies pédagogiques inventives et largement éloignées. Heureusement, à l’ère de la technologie, il existe de nombreuses façons pour les élèves de maintenir l’accès à leur éducation, aux enseignants et même de travailler avec leurs camarades de classe à domicile. Ce fut d’abord les écoles de Chine et de Hong Kong – et ici, au siège de Kami en Nouvelle-Zélande, nous avons immédiatement réalisé que les enseignants pouvaient continuer leur routine d’enseignement normal –…