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Social-emotional learning online brings virtual wellness blocks and community-building sessions to students in Maryland's Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
As teachers and students have struggled with the move to remote and hybrid learning, school librarians have been there as a backbone of support
Educators will need to get creative about providing 504 plan accommodations for students, such as extended time and preferential seating, in the remote learning environment.
According to a study done by WalletHub, experts point to several factors district leaders should be considering when trying to retain and recruit educators.
I am reminded of a quote by John Dewey, a pragmatist, who said: “If we teach today like we taught our students yesterday, we will rob them of their tomorrow.”
Two school districts, one in need of in-person educators and the other short of remote instructors, can't just loan teachers to each other, right?
Some administrators keep tabs on the entire community's social-emotional wellbeing by having their staffs reach out regularly to students and their families via "empathy interviews."
Non-classroom duties, such as after-school supervision or other activities teachers haven't volunteered for, are among the leading causes of low K-12 morale.
It may seem counterintuitive, but COVID has so disrupted K-12 education that building leaders and teachers could look at 2020-2021 as their first year in the profession.
NASEF's Minecraft-Rube Goldberg event is free for students and schools looking to take part in this fun, mind-bending exercise where new technology converges with old-fashioned innovation
A recent survey by Common Sense highlights the feelings of those affected most by district decisions to reopen, either online or in person
The first step for administrators in developing an effective, online social-emotional learning program is making sure that the teachers leading it are taking care of their own wellbeing.