Written by Marilyn Pryle, Ed.D.
July 29, 2020
As most of us face a partially or fully virtual start to the new school year, it might be beneficial to hear what students said they found most helpful for their own learning with online education. I teach 10th grade English in a public high school in Pennsylvania, and at the end of the school year this past spring, I asked my students to respond to the following question: What did any teacher do that helped you with online learning?
For parents who can afford it, a solution for fall: Bring the teachers to them
Written by Laura Meckler & Hannah Natanson
July 17, 2020
Fed up with remote education, parents who can pay have a new plan for fall: import teachers to their homes.
This goes beyond tutoring. In some cases, families are teaming up to form “pandemic pods,” where clusters of students receive professional instruction for several hours each day.
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Study Skills & Academic Coaching
Written by Paul Rivas
June 8, 2020
Published every Monday morning, The Study Skills Revolution features: timely, original, and practical advice on study skills and time management; profiles of our favorite colleagues; book recommendations; college success tips; and study skills resources.