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The Distance Learning Climate and Its Impact on Mental Health

A little over a week has passed since the beginning of fall for some Virginia school districts. We follow up with Nicole, a mathematics educator of 39 years, to get feedback on her progress with distance learning. She shares her strategic implementations and what she expects from this new learning climate in the days to […]

How Can Educators Adapt to Distance Learning During a Public Health Crisis?

Our education system is in a vulnerable state as we continue to battle COVID-19. Many questions are being asked in preparation for the upcoming school year. Is it too soon or even safe to reopen? Is virtual education best for students? There is also an underlying issue of preexisting disparities in education, such as the […]

Empowerment Tools for Nurturing Your Health During Stress

The pandemic has distorted our livelihood and forced many of us into teleworking whether we were willing or unwilling. We’re plastered to our computers not just in the home office, but at our kitchen tables, or on the bed. We find ourselves having to make adjustments on a regular basis. Responsibilities may have been added […]