Make Learning Engaging and Meaningful in this COVID World

By Tamara Fyke All three of my children, ages 22, 17 and (almost) 15, have had their learning interrupted this year because of the pandemic. My oldest son has had the least difficulty transitioning since many of his courses have been offered online throughout his college career. My 17-year-old daughter chose online school, which has rigorous demands with regular deliverables. My almost 15-year-old son elected to attend classes in person. However, there has been nothing dependable with this option.  The school year started virtually for almost a month before transitioning to face-to-face. By that time, my son was already behind. […]

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