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Article by  Amanda Jasi AS it has for many aspects of society, the Covid-19 pandemic has served a blow to the education system. Universities have been forced to change how they operate to enable students to continue learning in the face of imposed restrictions and safety measures. How have teaching methods changed? And how well have they been received? To get a better understanding of this, in early 2021, The Chemical...
By  Maurice J. Elias , Edutopia   High school students spend a lot of time thinking about who they are and who they will be in the world. They think about their upcoming decisions about college and careers. All this naturally pushes them toward a lot of concern with “I.” Educators need to help ensure that the “we” stay in the picture as well. And that’s why it’s necessary to encourage...
By  Sarah Gonser , Edutopia For many children, the past year brought disruption on a grand scale, with the pandemic affecting virtually every aspect of their daily lives. And while “caregivers can’t always alter children’s circumstances or shield them from discomfort, they can offer a more enduring gift: tools to manage adversity,” writes therapist and school counselor  Phyllis L. Fagell for ...
By  Jorge Valenzuela , Edutopia   Being empathic toward students directly correlates with our ability to share in their feelings and perspectives and understand their academic needs. Empathy maps can be a scaffold that individual teachers or grade-level teams use to begin empathizing with students while simultaneously increasing their knowledge of them—which is critical for raising equity in schools. The...
By  Michele Coulombe ,  Erin Zuccaro , Edutopia   Whether kindness is innate or not, being purposeful about teaching it definitely contributes to a positive classroom culture. When you focus on kindness, you send the message of its value in your classroom community. Modeling and encouraging kind behavior and reflecting on its presence in your classroom can create an environment of care. Prioritizing kindness helps...
By  Kathryn Fishman-Weaver ,  Stephanie Walter , Edutopia   The last year has been one of constant recalibration as many of us move from teaching in person to online to hybrid and back to in person. Reentry is on all of our minds, with many of us wondering how educators can support our students’ well-being. As administrators of a global school, we see how this essential challenge presents itself across...
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