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In a special report on COVID19’s effect on learning, Education Week quotes Johns Hopkins University Professor Robert Slavin: “For the […]
COVID-19 and learning loss—disparities grow and students need help
The Hechinger Report is a national nonprofit newsroom on education. A recent article, “I can’t do this anymore:’ How Four Middle Schoolers are Struggling through […]
5 Things Parents Can Do to Support Students Learning Online
In “5 Things Parents Can Do to Support Students Learning Online,” Edmentum writer Sara Cornelius offers parents practical, manageable to-do’s that can help […]
Help When Online Learning Not as Effective as In-Person
Trying to learn alone at home has turned out to be very tough for some students, and educational technology isn’t helping enough. The corona virus […]
New Scientist on the Limits of Ed Tech
Justin Reich makes some good points in “Remote Learning Technology Just Isn’t Good Enough and Won’t Be Soon” https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24833073-400-remote-learning-technology-just-isnt-good-enough-and-wont-be-soon/. Trying to learn alone at […]
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The Junior Year Writing Portfolio is due soon. Does yours need a boost?
From reluctant writers to determined perfectionists, I’ve coached scores of JBHS […]
Skype For Online Tutoring
Since the beginning of the pandemic digital learning has become huge part of your child’s life. This has been a huge adjustment for
When Can Schools Safely Reopen? The Answer Is Part Science, Part Guesswork.
What is a safe way to reopen schools? Depends on who you ask. This article cites several widely different rates of positive tests. What do […]