Reopening with health and safety in mind

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By Sean Slade Schools must be healthy and safe places for all—students, teachers, communities—before they can effectively focus on teaching and learning. This should be a fundamental...

Why quality recess time is needed more than ever

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By Catherine Ramstetter, William Massey & Brendon Hyndman, Global Recess Alliance Across the world, school leaders are grappling with what to prioritize as schools slowly start...

The importance of the arts in the era of Covid-19

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By Heather Wolpert-Gawron As we find ourselves debating about the effectiveness of distance learning during this time, we wonder, as parents and teachers, about how the widespread...

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the Covid-19 crisis

By Helen Gross Learning and teaching remotely has become the new norm for millions of teachers and students across the world. This has...

How Covid-19 will force education into the future

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By Sean Slade In decades to come, the first months of 2020 will be seen as a watershed moment. It will be looked upon as...

Addressing student concerns during an epidemic

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By Daisy Lopez There is a saying that elementary school teachers are immune to germs. In a way, we kind of are; kids are often...

The power of place-based education

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By Tom Vander Ark I remember the sound of running water, the smell of damp logs, and the thrill of finding a tadpole in Sligo...

Strategies for staying sane while staying home

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Just as businesses are trying to figure out how to sustain their work by renegotiating how to run the corporate world, so too must parents and caregivers renegotiate how things are done at home.

Finding the upsides in an uncertain time

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By Sean Slade Time To Reassess If there is an upside – and there are many – to this crisis, it’s that we are all having...

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