A Berkeley College professor speaks about how responsiveness and compassion with students paid off during the pandemic.
With its Earth Day 2021 opening, The Ecology School will celebrate its status among only a small cadre of buildings in America—and the only location in Maine—to be attaining Living Building Certification (LBC), the most comprehensive green building certification in the world.
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HERKIMER, NY—Herkimer County Community College announces the creation of its Commit 2 Complete program, an initiative that encourages students to complete their associate degree in two years. Students accepted…
As a parent, the excitement surrounding the prospect of returning to in-person teaching and learning at our children’s school is welcome. It is also pervasive nationwide, as parents everywhere begin to think about a resumption of familiar routines, whether their children are in grade school, high school, or off to college.
When I was asked what I have learned from teaching during this pandemic, I have to admit that a bunch of ideas flooded my mind, yet it was hard to have a name for these, to adequately describe them.
The world has changed–and the fact is that all of our lives have been disrupted. And right now one of the most affected sectors is education, as students take finals on their kitchen tables or graduate from their living rooms, and teachers wrap up the semester with virtual goodbyes.
In the current pandemic environment of remote learning, the hidden curriculum remains a major hurdle, made even more difficult to navigate in a virtual environment.