Research shows that times of crisis often provoke periods of intense learning and experimentation. Without much warning, educators, families, and students were thrust into a mass experiment in learning from home. We suspect that when we look back on this time, we’ll see that it resulted in a number of innovations that forever change the way we do school.
Has your experience during school closures sparked new ideas for:
- What's your dream remote learning platform or app?
- How can parents and teachers stay in communication to better meet students' needs?
- How can we build meaningful non-computer-based activities into the remote school day?
- What are ways students can be graded or show what they know?
- How can teachers get prep and practice in remote teaching to help students thrive?
- What can we do to meet students' social and emotional needs in this new context?
- How do we build upon self-directed virtual learning when we return to school?