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.
When COVID-19 closed Massachusetts schools, UP Academy Leonard science teacher Dan Adler (MA '17) had to jump headfirst into the ocean of distance learning. He knew he had to educate himself before he'd be able to teach his students.
Technology integration specialist Jennifer Reaves (WV ’18) shares the strategies and tools helping her team at Morgantown’s Mylan Park Elementary tackle distance education.
When COVID-19 closed Columbus City Schools, transformation coach Dr. Tiffany Tynes Curry (OH ’16) knew there would be a learning curve for teachers new to online instruction. She didn’t realize some district educators didn’t even have Internet access at home.
Like many educators, Becky Streff (NE ’18) is teaching two sets of students from her home right now: her fifth-graders at North Bend Central Elementary School via distance learning, and her own four children. Every parent will want to read her masterful tips for making at-home schooling fun.
Amy Braswell (AR '02) wants educators to look for hope and opportunity in the current pandemic: "Dream big and never lose sight of the fact that this too shall pass."
Videos from around the world explain the COVID-19 pandemic in terms even the youngest children can understand.
With help from technology teacher Adam Parvanta (ME '19), students created a public service announcement to reinforce the need for social distancing—working virtually, of course.