As students, teachers and parents embark on a journey into uncharted territory, there is much concern about how hybrid and online education will impact student learning. The outcome will largely depend on how teachers and parents alike, use resources available to them.
In the beginning of this pandemic, I wanted to find a way to help others in my community. After researching ideas I read that tutoring younger students during distance learning was a great option for highschoolers, like me, to help during the crisis.
Throughout these past few months of quarantine and ambiguity of what our future would look like, it was easy to focus on the negative energy that surrounded us. Each day was filled with concern about our health, livelihoods, and education. We have had to become accustomed to a new Continue reading “Silver Linings”→