Scrolling through social media platforms, there were numerous pictures of beaming smiles as kids, parents, and teachers headed off to their first day of the 2020-21 school year. COVID-19 may have brought us masks, six feet (or more) of physical distancing, and varying levels of F2F and virtual instruction, but...
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The beginning of this school year is anything but typical, which goes with saying. In order to create spaces in which students can learn, we need to modify some of the ways we might have typically done things in the past, while still maintaining a sense of security and consistency....
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Fuel to Re-engage As we come together at the start of the 2020-21 school year, for many of us the idea of re-engaging holds new meaning. On August 18, 2020, Emily Rubin provided a discussion of what is needed to spark the drive for new learning, resilience, and hope. Her...
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