First day of school anxiety is common for students, especially since the pandemic. These welcoming strategies will help educators in easing students back to in-person learning.
Amongst the current shortage of teachers and classrooms, students are increasingly disengaged. Maybe its time to rethink the learning model.
Students, teachers, and schools are looking for ways to reach academic milestones after the pandemic.
Overall, students and faculty who had more support did better during online learning times.
The pandemic has taken a toll on student behavior and social-emotional development.
Recovering from the pandemic means recognizing the new problems it has created, including lonliness.
Give students reasons to attend, here are 3 practical methods to motivate them.
This article outlines six things that we’ve learned about how the pandemic affected learning.
During the past two years, teachers have faced hardships and challenges, navigating through unknowns and sudden changes.
A glimpse into my personal experience as a first year college student going to UCSC.
Teaching and learning had been a struggle during the pandemic, and both educators and students see the lasting impacts it has had on learning and teaching.
Teachers across the nation believe students feel “defeated, exhausted, and overwhelmed.”
My personal testimony of how intentional gestures from my High School chemistry teacher translated into an improve learning environment.
What if schools are contributing to student disengagement?
Saugus Union School District in northern LA County is replacing their school counselor positions with social workers.
In a NYT survey of school counselors, they responded that students “missed crucial periods of social and emotional development” during the pandemic.
This article collects “top trends” in higher education that have resulted from the pandemic.
Experts describe how teachers can combat student disengagement.
After the pandemic, schools and students have different opinions on whether they should return to campus.
Despite its challenges, perhaps students will emerge from the pandemic with new lessons learnt.
Connecting and staying connected after the pandemic.