How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect science education and the world around us? Milken Educators weigh in.
How does a Zoom lesson for fourth graders actually work? Krista Trent (OH '18) shares the minute-by-minute details.
Fifth-generation teacher Kathryn Daniels (MS ’19) initially pursued a career in medicine, but as she began shadowing doctors, she realized her heart was in the classroom. “In theory, medicine made sense, but in my day-to-day reality, I knew I wanted more,” she says. “I wanted to feel like I was living my purpose.”
A high school senior worries about lasting effects on learning from our "pandemic pause." Milken Educators know just how to ease his fears.
What should administrators be doing to lead their students, educators and communities through these challenging times? Elementary principal Dr. Dilhani Uswatte (AL '09) shares her action plan.
In New Jersey, Milken Educators are diving into distance learning with gusto, finding creative ways to connect not only with their own students, but with pupils across the state.
No one looks like a movie star via video conferencing (not even movie stars!), but a few adjustments can improve your online image tremendously. Lara Santos, communications project coordinator for the Milken Family Foundation, offers a few simple tips.
How can we tackle the unique challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic? Milken Educator Nick Peruski (MI '19) offers advice.
COVID-19 may have emptied schools around the country, but it can't keep dedicated teachers from laying eyes on their students—from a safe distance, of course.