Digital tools prove critical for early learners during COVID
For early students, absolutely nothing beats in-class knowing. Having a teacher in close distance to assess the requirements of their students is vital for growth.
2020 threw a wrench because format, requiring teachers and students to communicate digitally. While the year was disruptive on numerous levels, educators discovered methods to stand firm. Sitting by idly and missing time to shape future generations merely was not an alternative.
Matthew Cheek, Kindergarten Teacher & & Innovation/Media Specialist, Johnson Creek Elementary SchoolMatthew Cheek, Kindergarten Teacher and Innovation/Media Specialist (a STEAM teacher, media expert and technology coach) at Johnson Creek Elementary School in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin.
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For all the pandemic is and was, it has required favorable development, flexibility, versatility, and development. Still, it has been hard on teachers and their students.
” One of the biggest challenges is not being able to be best next to my students, observe, help, and much better support them. For kindergartners, this is their very first experience at school,” says Evelyn McEntee, a kindergarten teacher in Pennsylvania. “They tend to get annoyed at this young age, and it breaks my heart.
2020 threw a wrench in that format, forcing teachers and students to interact digitally.” One of the most significant obstacles is not being able to be best next to my trainees, observe, help, and much better support them. For kindergartners, this is their very first experience at school,” says Evelyn McEntee, a kindergarten teacher in Pennsylvania.