Each morning you start with a cup of coffee. You check the news, brush your teeth, and feed your dog. Your morning ritual is sacred. If you do not get that first cup of coffee, for instance, chaos ensues. Yet, the headlines are reminding us – our habits must change. We cannot carry on as […]
Gone are the days when we can do things simply because ?that?s the way they have always been done.? It can be difficult to challenge the status quo. However, COVID-19 requires that we do just that – that we re-examine what has always been done and try for something better. We are all elevating and
Around the country, state and local governments are seeking to answer the same question: How and when do we reopen? We are eager to return to a sense of normalcy, but leaders must make decisions which will benefit the health and safety of all and limit the chains of transmission of COVID-19. In order to
Childcare providers face unique challenges when designing a plan to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Telling five-year-olds to stay six feet apart has a different result than giving adults the same instruction. Many parents are concerned about sending their children to child care facilities and exposing them to the risk of infection. So how do
In just a few months, COVID-19 has radically altered the way we view the traditional educational setting. Right now it is difficult to imagine how the beginning of the 20-21 school year will look. Districts are scrambling to find ways to finish out spring activities, and their eyes are already turned toward ways to adapt
There isn’t a teaching style that can span across all individuals. Learn more about how a modern classroom can help facilitate learning for everyone.