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- More parents are home schooling. How that will change public education.
- Loss of brick-and-mortar schooling: how elementary educators respond
- Online learning: How do brick and mortar schools stack up to virtual schools?
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More parents are home schooling. How that will change public education.
One effect of COVID Families are experimenting with different forms of schooling, and rethinking how education is conducted. That shift in mindset may impact how schools — and society — educate moving forward. July 22, Teri Carey never expected to teach her children at home. But after weeks of researching how to home-school, she has now selected several curriculums, withdrawn her son from his local public school, and started math, science, and history lessons with her 7-year-old.
This paper aims to understand how elementary school educators who teach subjects that traditionally require hands-on work in schools are rising to the challenge of losing brick-and-mortar facilities in the wake of the Coronavirus disease COVID crisis. The authors interviewed six elementary school educators and developed iterative grounded codes from the interviews to understand how the teachers are rising to the challenge of teaching online, what supports they need, and how they are viewing their roles and student learning in the present landscape. In response to losing brick-and-mortar schools, teachers are rising to the challenge by creating creative assignments and communicating with students and parents via multiple platforms. They are learning to use technology to create meaningful, socially distant learning experiences and, in the process, blurring their own boundaries between work and life. They exercise compassion for their students while providing the best education they can in these circumstances. This work provides administrators, educators, policymakers and technology developers insight into the challenges teachers are facing.
Loss of brick-and-mortar schooling: how elementary educators respond
Brian D. Ray, Ph. January 15, Most parents and youth decide to homeschool for more than one reason. The most common reasons given for homeschooling are the following:.
The Covid pandemic forced many American schools to hastily transition to online learning. I assess how the online learning experience of students enrolled in brick and mortar schools that transitioned to online learning in Spring compared to the experience of students who were already enrolled in virtual schools when the pandemic began. Absent formal assessments to quantify learning loss, such comparison can help contextualize the performance of brick and mortar schools in their transition to online learning, and perhaps inform how policy can promote higher-quality online schooling, a burgeoning policy concern amidst widespread school closures forecasted for the — academic year. I hypothesize that, owing to experience and expertise, virtual schools provided a higher quality education than did brick and mortar schools operating online. I test this hypothesize by administering surveys to parents of students enrolled in online schools.
Over the past 20 years, virtual schools have become a popular alternative to traditional, brick-and-mortar schools. School choice advocates promote them as a way for kids to complete lessons at their own pace in almost any location, a significant benefit for families in rural areas as well as students who need or want more flexible academic schedules. Journalists and others, however, have raised questions about student performance and whether states are giving online schools adequate oversight. A investigative series published by The Mercury News found, among other things, that most California students attending a virtual high school managed by the for-profit company K12 Inc. Across the country, hundreds of thousands of kids attend online schools.
In the short run, millions of families will utilize virtual education due to safety concerns surrounding Covid or resource constraints which.
Online learning: How do brick and mortar schools stack up to virtual schools?
By: Kalina Kowitz on May 1st, Traditional public school not working for your child? Do you know what your options are? Did you know there are more options for your child than your local school district or private school? Anyone, anyone.
A Note to Readers We hope that you are safe and well—and that by the time this issue is posted online and reaches your mailbox, humanity will have made significant progress in reducing the baleful effects of the coronavirus due in part to the contributions of Harvard scientists ; see page Three things to note about the July-August Harvard Magazine. We publish a sample in the letters columns. Many were much longer than the article itself; we could not nearly print them all and accommodate diverse perspectives, so we refer you to the online issue to sample more, at length.
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