3 strategies to help schools navigate the new year
No one might have prepared our kids for ten months (and counting) of face shields, range learning, and minimal peer interaction.
And fast-forwarding to today, it is now January 2021, a month in which we would typically go back to work post-holiday break, and our kids would go back to the classroom sensation revitalized, re-energized, and prepared to get back to work alongside peers and friends. However this year looks a little bit various.
As the country enters a phased vaccination duration with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines at the leading edge, there is finally a noticeable light at the end of the tunnel for much of us. There is an action plan. The vaccination process is prolonged and may take rather some time before it is properly administered cross-country. But there is hope. But as the vaccine ends up being available to distinct ages, threat classifications, and occupations, there is one group significantly missing out on from the approved list: People aged 16 and more youthful.
— no one could have predicted much of what taken place last year. None people might have guessed that come March 2020, a prevalent international pandemic would change numerous of those glossy New Years resolutions with social distancing, masks, an excess of outside walks, and perhaps way excessive banana bread.
About the Author:
Federico Bausone is the CEO at Multimedia Care, with more than 37 years of entrepreneurial experience covering comprehensive health options and technological innovations throughout the audio, lighting and video industries. An item of umbrella organization Multimedia, Multimedia Care is a worldwide industry leader in technology combination, developed to advance consumer safety throughout all markets.
Federico earned a graduate degree from Harvard Business School in business administration and management, and a bachelors degree in marketing from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico. He has also finished a series of Executive Programs from universities such as London Business School, Stanford University, and IMB Business School, among others.