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How the Pandemic has Affected Student Learning

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Although your students may not be studying a standard' curriculum during Covid-19, it does not mean that they aren't learning! Join Susan Brooks-Young as she shares how today's students are discovering how to cope with adversity, build resilience, and develop problem-solving skills during these unsettling times. You will also learn a variety of strategies for self-care that you can model for your students. Skills that can be used now, and long after the pandemic subsides.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 @ 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Diversity & SEL, Personal Enrichment
Tags: pandemic, problem solving, strategies, student learning

Reviews (69)

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Full Member
Great information!
I found the 6 areas very interesting and enjoyed the presentation.
Full Member
I enjoyed this presentation. It is one that I would recommend it to my coworkers.
Very much liked the Six Areas covered. Most of these are being touched on in class now, and it is good to always keep these directives on the front burner.
Basic Member
Covid 19 has been the new war the war is fighting. Mental health amongst our students, families, friends, etc is scary. Great webinar.
Thank you for providing practical ways to welcome back students to our (hopefully) first normal year since 2019.
The "6 Areas" wheel was very helpful!
Basic Member
Very interesting! Thank you!
Full Member
I found this article very enlightening and useful.
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