Here are new additions to THE BEST POSTS PREDICTING (& SHOWING) WHAT SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE DURING THE PANDEMIC (you might also be interested in SCHOOLS WENT REMOTE A YEAR AGO – HERE ARE MY CHOICES FOR THE BEST PIECES WRITTEN ABOUT SCHOOL REOPENING SINCE THEN):
Helping Students Bounce Back From a Disrupted Year: Strategies for Schools is from Ed Week. I’m adding it to A BEGINNING LIST OF RESOURCES ON SUPPORTING OUR STUDENTS AS WE MAKE BABY STEPS TOWARDS RETURNING TO A POST-PANDEMIC CLASSROOM.
PREPARING SCHOOLS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF STUDENTS COPING WITH TRAUMA AND TOXIC STRESS is a new research paper from Annenberg. I’m adding it to the same list.
Should Every Student Move Up to the Next Grade? is from The NY Times.
DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR EFFECTIVE VOLUNTARYACADEMIC SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS is a new research paper from Annenberg. I’m adding it to THE BEST RESOURCES FOR THINKING ABOUT SUMMER SCHOOL THIS YEAR.
There are good arguments that children should be allowed to return to normal, unmasked life before vaccination, but that emergency departments saw a "surge" in mental-health pediatric visits during the pandemic is not one of them — because it's not true pic.twitter.com/iOHIISJKj7
— Kate Taylor (@katetaylornyt) May 27, 2021
I think people who r not K-12 teachers can provide lots of useful critique to K-12 ed. But the past 15 months been so unique that I think those who offer critique of tchers-or bonuses-during this time should carefully consider how knowledgeable they r of what tchrs have gone thru
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) May 27, 2021