How To Facilitate Distance Learning In Your School Community

COVID-19 has caused many in the higher education community to move their face-to-face lectures and meetings to Zoom or other online meeting platforms.[1] While this approach may work well for higher ed or even high school students, can you imagine what that might look like for grade schoolers?

Some six- and seven-year-olds struggle to sit through dinner without leaving the table. Take away the food and give them a laptop that’s live streaming their math teacher’s lesson on place value. Think they’ll stay engaged for the length of a class period, let alone a series of class periods for Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies? It seems pretty implausible based on school-age children’s still-developing self-regulation skills.

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