American Academy of Pediatrics Shares Strategies for Safe In-Person Instruction
In discussion with NEA members, a leading pediatrician outlines health and equity issues for schools.
Will the Pandemic Change Homework Forever?
During remote learning, all school work became homework, forcing educators to re-examine what works and doesn't.
Recess During the Pandemic: More Important Than Ever
Physical distancing may be a challenge, but recess and other opportunities for play are essential for children to recover from pandemic-related trauma.
How to Help Your School Community Through Grief and Loss
Countless people have been touched by grief during the pandemic, and people working in schools have often struggled with it – in an atmosphere where there is so much else that we have lost.
Calling Ed Tech 911
During the pandemic, NEA member-leaders provide urgently needed training.
Help Your Students Get Home Internet
The cable industry and EducationSuperHighway formed “K-12 Bridge to Broadband” to identify students without internet at home & enable schools to purchase discounted service for them directly.
We will need more counselors in schools, more clubs and activities that address social/emotional health, and more training for the staff to help them recognize and address the difficult emotions experienced by both students and staff.
Quote by: Kathy Reamy, school counselor
Safe and Healthy School Operations, Contingency Plans, and Communications Plans
Is your school returning to in-person instruction? Follow these 10 guidelines.
Checklist for Safely and Equitably Reopening Schools & Campus Buildings
All educators love our students, our schools, and our communities, and that is why we need to do this right.
Resources to Support Mental Health and Learning During School Reopening
A roundup of free resources from the UCLA Center for Mental Health to assist school districts with plans to address equity and support student and staff mental health.
Now's the perfect time to demonstrate your competence in subjects that are particularly relevant when coping with the impact of COVID-19.
Technology Integration 101
Learn how to integrate digital tools (Google docs, QR codes, student response systems and more) into classroom lessons.
Cultivating Socially Just Environments
Deepen your understanding of how to cultivate socially just educational environments.
Take a Yale Course: Managing Emotions in Times of Uncertainty and Stress
This 10-hour course, led by experts in psychology, education, and research at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence is designed for school staff. It focuses on strategies for dealing with uncertainty, stress, and other emotions relevant to the current times, as well as on strategies for helping students to manage their emotions. Available at no cost for NEA members.
Join the Community of Educators Navigating COVID-19 Together
Join our Facebook group to connect with NEA members in your states and locals to seek and share important information about how COVID-19 is affecting your communities and what’s being done to support your students and one another.
Tackle the Issues And Change Students' Lives
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