Class, this year everything is multiple choice.
If you’re one of 60 million American parents diving into the deep end of your kids’ education without the time or training to pull it off, we feel you… because we are you. But there’s good news, too. We’ve been studying education and personalized learning for decades, and we’re here to lend a hand.
So, how can we help?
So… learning. Is that still expected to happen?
How do I help? How do I even know if my kid needs help?
My kid is an emotional trainwreck.
Forget grammar — our goal is to avoid a lifetime of therapy.
Totally manageable. Also it’s Opposite Day.
We barely had our $%#! together before the pandemic.
All of the above.
Hit me with any advice you’ve got.
Help has Arrived
Starting Virtual: A Teacher’s Perspective by Margaret Goldberg – teacher, literacy coach, education advocate Instructional time lost last spring weighed heavily on my conscience. I kept thinking, “This was students’ one chance at [kindergarten, first grade, second grade….] and they got cheated.” I had been leading a grant-funded project devoted to improving reading instruction in…
When school is virtual and most peer interaction is happening on Minecraft and Fortnight, how do I know I know when the screen time has gone too far?
This pandemic seems to have triggered some anxiety / depression in my child (and me too!). How much is expected because of the pandemic or lack of interaction with friends, and when should we get professional help?
Season’s greetings! It’s that time of year: back to school…or something! It’s time to celebrate? Yes, it is! Stay with me here. While this back to school season is unlike any other and may bring some feelings of apprehension and uncertainty, we can’t forget to mark this new start and celebrate the possibilities.