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Being a High School Senior During COVID-19

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By: Isabella Oballo. Covid-19 has led to school closures all across the country. This high school senior shares how it has impacted her life in these first few weeks of the pandemic.

Podcast: Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe: Buildings are Closed, Learning Goes On!

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In a special bonus episode, we talked with Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe about the transition to remote learning amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Impact Of A Pandemic: What To Do As A Parent And What Will Happen In Higher Ed

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By: Michael Horn In the midst of all of the many challenges we are now facing, online resources, parent guides, and helpful hints are needed now more than ever. Remember - just as there is no one best way to educate a child, there is no one best course of action amidst this crisis. You’ll need to find the right way forward in your circumstance for your family.

Graduation and Beyond After COVID-19 School Closures

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Rebecca & Kelly discuss what life will be like for high school seniors navigating these next few months towards the end of their K-12 learning experience.

On the Move to Online Learning

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In the midst of school closures nationally, Tom Vander Ark shares suggestions on how to develop the next steps for supporting remote learners.

Fostering Connectedness During Remote Learning

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Staying connected is key during remote learning. Educators and families can utilize these digital tools to keep communication flowing.

Getting Through: Supporting Learners as they Transition to School at Home

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Getting Smart staff members Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss home-bound learning opportunities for students and share resources to help get you started.

Teachers Teach: Content, Online Tools, Assessment

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Our quickly escalating situation has left educators and parents searching for the right content, instructional interaction, and authentic assessment for their students and children.

Podcast: Rachel Wigglesworth on Learning at Home

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More than 36 million of about 50 million US students are learning remotely during the Coronavirus outbreak. But learning at home comes with challenges.

The Learning Must Go On

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How even the coronavirus couldn’t stop agile Asian schools from functioning. With robust learning systems in place, it’s ‘business as usual.’

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