t seems like everything changed overnight. Suddenly all the kids were at home and we were sitting at our kitchen table trying to figure out how to keep our classrooms and learning moving under quarantine. Some of us had a clue of the possibilities, and some of us were left trying to figure out how to get a computer at home.
It’s currently March and some educators are wondering what happens when this ends. What should we learn and what should we forget as we return to normal? While I was contemplating these ideas, I came across this article from Nicholas Provenzano titled “Day One Remote Learning Expectations” (read his short article for the expanded explanation).
He listed 5 expectations he would use during the quarantine:
I would suggest these are good educational expectations to keep post quarantine.
H. Stephen Bralley, M.Ed.
Director of Secondary Education, North American Division
H. Stephen Bralley has been an Academy Bible and History teacher, Boys Dean, Boarding School Principal, K-8 Principal, Elementary Teacher, and Superintendent.
He has been described as an "inspiring and inspired educator"; with 25 years of experience in youth ministry and education.
He has demonstrated an ability to lead and to teach in a genuine and thoughtful manner.
He holds a Masters degree from Pepperdine University in Educational Technology and co-founded teachSDA.
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