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Back-to-School season can be an exciting and anxious time for students. Social and emotional learning (SEL) can help students overcome both the normal fears of school — meeting new people — and the additional stressors caused by COVID-19.
10 back-to-school tech tips that can give lesson plans a boost and engage students.
With the lack of vaccines for kids under 12 making COVID-19 safety precautions necessary, sending kids back to school this fall for in-person classes can be a little nerve-racking for parents and students alike. Here are 3 actionable steps for a safe—and less stressful—school year.
Whether teaching in-person, remote, or hybrid classes this upcoming school year, all teachers will face the same age-old issue of how to pull students back into learning after a long summer break. Luckily, educators have the latest EdTech trends on their side to drive student engagement.
66% of students are anxious about returning to school, according to the Recovery Village. During COVID-19, many students adjusted to learning from home and being around their families more often. As the world begins to re-open, psychologists are noticing higher general and separation anxiety rates in children as they return to the classroom. (Child Mind Institute). When you prepare your classroom for in-person learning, it is crucial to cater to students’ increased anxiety and foster a learning environment where they feel safe.
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Meet them where they are at This applies to both the content and the platform. Knowing where your students are watching content, and the types of content they like, you can work elements of that into your lessons, and post on the right platform for your audience. Don’t be afraid to remix Instead of always …