Tag: Students

When the Show Must Go On Online for Theater Students

This summer, drama program director Kelly Maxner and the faculty decided to innovate quickly, offering a


How NYC Students and Teachers are Making Sense of George Floyd’s Killing

Many students and educators across the five boroughs were already dealing with the trauma of illness


How Keeping a Pandemic Journal Builds Students’ Historical Thinking Skills and Helps Them Cope

Bryan Shaw does not teach history the way he was taught. The wars, the presidencies, the


How Closed Schools Are Creating More Trauma For Students

Why students need counselors now more than ever Between closed schools, social isolation, food scarcity and


Phone Calls Become Crucial Tools for Teachers to Stay in Touch with Students

Schools are often the most trusted places in communities. Families turn to them for information, resources,


Educators Get Creative To Serve Students With Disabilities

“In my over 20 years of teaching, this by far has been my most challenging moment,”


How Online Book Read-Alouds Can Help Students' Literacy and Connection During Social Distancing 

Once it became clear that schooling was moving online, publishers like Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Simon &


14 Tips For Helping Students With Limited Internet Have Distance Learning

Schools across the nation are closing in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 and


Focusing on the Fifth Year to Help Students Graduate

“They still get a diploma, which is a good thing,” Rumberger said. “And it kind of


What Students Gain By Teaching Their Peers How to Meditate

“Meditation is the practice of observing what’s going on, without reacting to it. It’s the practice