Learning through play is a great way for children and adults to develop new skills, but it’s also a great way to alleviate stress and trauma and even tap into some different parts of the mind.
Each year public schools spend millions of dollars on copyright-protected textbooks. Districts do this even though we now live in a digitally dominated world full of open-sourced books. But there’s an alternative.
In much of the South, public school has been back in session for weeks. School admins are already implementing in-person, hybrid, and virtual learning while simultaneously navigating flareups of COVID-19 in their classrooms.
Staggered Schedules, Looping, more Social Emotional Learning?
School districts around the globe reacted with lightning speed to modify learning during the onset of COVID-19, but they’re now turning their focus to how they can safely reopen in the Fall of 2020.
Teachers, professors, educators, and instructors are suddenly in a place where they need to teach from home to their students.
Schools’ Secret Weapon
In mid-March, when coronavirus began sweeping throughout the United States, schools shuttered. For most districts, the decision to shut their doors came quickly. The result left millions of educators trapped at home with fragmented ways to communicate with parents and students.