Tag: education

Considering Distance Learning For the Fall: A Round-Up of Online Learning...

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In the upcoming weeks, many school districts may decide to open on a distance learning format. Some parents may make that choice for their...

To Kindergarten or Not to Kindergarten During COVID-19

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The classic Kindergarten question comes around every year. "Should I send my child with a late-year birthday to Kindergarten or "red shirt" them for...

Summer Camp: Virtual Style

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It's pretty safe to say that most of us will not forget the year of 2020. We have been enduring a bizarre time in...

Now is Our Most Teachable Moment

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During my second year of teaching, during what was meant to be a fun game of vocabulary review with students running up to the...

Kindergarten Plus COVID Equals An Extra Dose of Anxiety

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My husband and I recently sat through our twins’ kindergarten orientation. Like many gatherings these days, it was conducted over a Zoom call. There...

Owning Privilege: Resources for My Fellow White Mothers

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I am a white mother. That is my privilege. With this privilege, my two white sons can leave the house with little worries. I am...

Showing Appreciation to Teachers From a Distance

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May 4-8 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. This year, maybe more than ever, it is important to show our appreciation to teachers during this crisis.  I...
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How to Facilitate a Research Project for Grades K-6 to Provide...

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I am sure by this point, you have been flooded with resources, games, websites, and apps that will keep your children from regressing. I am...

Dear Teachers: We Miss you

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Dear teachers, I’ve written to you before. My last letter was drafted in adoration for you because of the way you keep our kids safe...

When I Leave You: A Note to My Early Intervention Families

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Dear Families, I have worked with you for months, maybe years, and it’s almost time for me to say goodbye. We have been preparing for...