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distance learning and coronavirus: students working from home
Despite distance learning and coronavirus, I hope my professors make the rest of the semester reasonable by Manoli Figetakis, freshman, Queensborough...
By Nadia Kalman , editor and curriculum designer at Words Without Borders Although many of us in the U.S. are staying close to home, we can still...
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COVID-19 and Preserving Student Privacy During School Closures As we shift to more virtual and distance-learning structures due to the COVID-19...
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Keeping Your Students Secure with Zoom Privacy Settings As many teachers move toward online learning and using tools like Zoom, we want to provide...
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Zoom Classroom and The New Normal Last week, I offered to serve as the behind-the-scenes person for my daughter’s first-grade class and her teacher,...
coronavirus school closures
Coronavirus School Closures: Working Together Through the Challenge Classrooms that would have been abuzz with activity now sit empty, as most states...
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Coronavirus & Societal Inequities: How a Pandemic Widens the Gap Over the last several weeks, we have seen the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Coronavirus Response : The Role of Education Americans are doing their best to cope with coronavirus and the disruption and healthcare emergency it...
coronavirus and anxiety
Being Mindful of the Effects of Coronavirus and Anxiety So how are you going to cope with the uncertainty the world is now facing because of the...
daily schedule and adhd distance learning: setting yourself up for success
ADHD Distance Learning: Setting Up for Success The coronavirus outbreak is changing our lives by the moment, but one constant is true: You’re unsure...