As I’ve consulted districts and schools across the United States during these last few months, it has become increasingly clear that educators expect that the “COVID-19 slide” will likely refer to
Most of us have a complicated relationship with emotions. If you have ever asked how someone is doing and been met with the expected short “fine” in response, then you know what I’m talking about.
Caregiver. Professional. Classroom facilitator. Seemingly overnight, parents and guardians are juggling more responsibilities than ever before.
Planning for the 2021-22 school year?
Recently, I had the opportunity to speak to Dr.
Brittany Smith, a pre-kindergarten teacher from New Jersey knows how important, but difficult, it can be to discuss the state of the world to young children.
One of the most valuable tools an educator can have in their teacher toolbox is the ability connect and respond to their students.
Many job prospects, particularly for teens aged 14 to 18, have been put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This can be very frustrating, creating a feeling of hopelessness about next steps.
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