The pleasure of creating art in public schools is an experience which no students should be denied. Art is an escape from the weariness of constant STEM ideas over the course of a school year. The threat of eliminating creative art in schools across the country is a serious issue that cannot be ignored. All through school, art was one of my favorite classes. I got a chance … [Read more...] about Why I Think Art Should be taught in Public Schools?
Academic assessment is the key to discovering how well students have comprehended the ideas of a specific subject. The success or failure of an educator depends on how effectively the students understands what has been taught. However, teachers cannot fully know this until each student has been adequately assessed. In the pandemic, educator ran into huge challenges in the … [Read more...] about Academic Assessment, A Pandemic, and the Standardized Test
The impact of the Covid-19 virus has taken a drastic toll on the American education system, an impact that could create lasting complications. The learning that was loss during the shutdowns and forced home schooling is staggering. Academic amendment will be a challenge, but with a well-formed strategy the education industry can recover from this alarming setback. When the … [Read more...] about The Pandemic and The Tragedy of Loss Learning in America
Gaining an Insider's View One of the most effective things parents can do is to obtain an insider's view of their child's school. Getting a feel of daily activities will help you understand what is occurring on a day to day basis. Have you ever wondered what insiders are experiencing in our public schools? What are teachers and administrators doing for our … [Read more...] about State of Education: Insights of a Retired Teacher
After Labor Day thousands of American school children will be heading back to school to completely different reality. Some will be going into a full time or hybrid situation. The challenge of following the CDC social distancing guidelines must be strictly followed. Adjustments must take priority over teaching: Children must sit six feet apart or have shielded desks, if … [Read more...] about Warning: Back-to-School in the COVID 19 Reality