Using the school LMS to provide emotional support in remote learning

If there’s anything we have learned from the past year’s events, it’s that well-being is now more important than ever. In truth, we can’t ask students to do great in any circumstances. Schools must create those circumstances, whether offering the right edtech tools or the resources to help them succeed.

Unfortunately, many young people struggle with isolation, which can have lasting negative effects, even after going back to a semblance of normality. Their families are also struggling in many different ways, so they may need help coping with the uncertainty that’s become a considerable part of their lives.

That’s why in addition to the regular curriculum, schools should put more emphasis on emotional literacy.

Emotional literacy can be defined as:

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