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In the seventh episode, Elementary Principal Amy Williams joins the Open Book Webcast to share how she’s leading her school community through the pandemic by emphasizing social-emotional wellness.
With instructional space at a premium, many schools are planning to take learning outdoors. Discover products to help you quickly turn your outdoor areas into effective learning spaces.
Whether learning at school or from home this year, students will need comfortable personal learning spaces that give them the tools they need to stay healthy and productive. Discover 10 products that can help you create spaces where learners thrive.
Makers still gotta make! Diana Rendina gives you tips for managing your makerspace during the 2020 pandemic while observing social distancing guidelines and keeping kids safe.
In the fifth episode of the Open Book Webcast, two librarians share how they’re using take-home activity kits to meet the needs of kids and teens in their community.
In this follow up to his “Back-to-School: 9 Key Concepts to Rethink for Fall 2020” webinar, Dr. Bob Dillon answers your questions about handling new norms and making the new school year great for all.
Your school community’s well-being will be top of mind this school year as kids head back to school in various in-person and virtual models. Get tips from a seasoned school counselor on how educators and parents alike can support students’ mental health by helping them prepare for changes, stay connected, and be successful this school year.
Social-emotional learning will be more important than ever this next school year, and school librarians are poised to lead the charge. Get tips and ideas for infusing SEL into your library program.
Use these idea-filled children’s, teen, and adult calendars to plan your monthly programming, and give parents and caregivers daily activity tips with early literacy calendar handouts.