In Part One of this series, we looked at the many challenges facing educators as they rush to rethink their curriculum to fit into a remote learning environment. Now we look at the “bright side” of this sudden transition to making elearning the new normal.
For over a decade Laura has served as an educator and architect of profound learning experiences: designing, developing and deploying user-centered, project-based curriculum that meets the unique needs of individual learners.
While there are a wide-range of factors contributing to general educator frustration during the pandemic, these common challenges can be categorized into four distinct buckets.
With the right tools and the abandonment of perfection as a goal, curiosity and joy of learning can still occur with parents connected to the process like never before.