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Welcome to the Istation Blog
In a landscape of remote, in-person, and hybrid models of teaching and learning, educators must find creative ways to foster social and emotional learning (SEL) skills when delivering classroom instruction.
Student achievement is at the forefront of administrator goals, but administrators sometimes encounter hurdles when implementing a district’s accelerated-learning program.
The last 20 months have been stressful for almost every single profession, especially for those in education. Between having to transform themselves into online educators, learning new programs, and teaching students and their families how to transition as well, “overwhelmed” barely covers it.
Teaching is one of the hardest professions in the world. Teaching during a global pandemic? That is superhero-caliber work. Teachers are selfless leaders, inspirers, confidants, and so much more.
The goal of accessibility is to level the playing field for all learners, regardless of learning style, background, and individual needs. Well-designed technology tools are accessible even for students who have not had much exposure to digital learning or who might have transferred from schools where things are done differently.
Engagement and motivation are crucial to a student’s learning and academic growth. Among the unexpected challenges generated by the pandemic, students are not nearly as actively engaged in their learning as they were before. This may be because of personal stress, social isolation, or inconsistent practices with virtual learning efforts. Though we don’t know the exact reason, increasing student agency is an important factor in improving engagement and achievement.