This back-to-school season will be another transition with new precautions to keep educators and students safe. Read about some safe in-person learning practices for the classroom to help keep students safe and in-personthis school year.
It’s almost time for students to head back to school, whether in the classroom or at-home learning. After a challenging year, preparing children to resume formal learning after the summer off can be a daunting transition, especially for students with special needs. Here are a few tips to help the whole family adjust and prepare students to succeed.
We will be giving you a quick summary of The American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) guidelines for in-person learning. The AAP actually recommends a return to in-person learning, one of the reasons being that it is probably better for students’ mental health. The rates of COVID transmission among students can be quite low, under the condition that the correct preventative measures are taken. Among these preventative measures is proper handwashing, which we’ll give special focus to in this article, along with how you can include the Time Timer WASH into you and your children’s handwashing routine.
Today’s blog post focuses on the back-to-school classroom prep for teachers. It is almost the time of year where students are headed back to the classroom. This blog can help you set the students up for success with the classroom environment.
Time Timer was originally designed to help parents keep kids on time for school, so we’ve spent a lot of time figuring out better morning routines. In fact, we’ve written about it a lot over our history. This year we revisited our own advice and pulled together our 5 best-ever tips for a happier school morning routine.