The height of the pandemic brought many moments of upheaval and uncertainty, but amidst the tensions, there were also moments of laughter.
From the unknown emotional impacts of the pandemic to the uncertain extent of student learning loss, educators aren’t sure what awaits them when in-person learning resumes.
With K–12 schools increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals, there are steps classroom teachers can take to help their schools avoid falling prey to ransomware.
It is my job to motivate and mold my students, to keep them engaged, to build reading and writing confidence in all who enter my virtual classroom.
Once the school where I teach began giving lessons online through Google Meet, it didn’t take long to realize that teaching behind a screen is not the same as teaching in a school.
School closures, especially lengthy ones, may cause some teachers to worry if lost time will keep them from completing curriculum or put students at a disadvantage.