Age of Awareness
Published in

Age of Awareness

A Time Without Precedent is a Time to Innovate…Especially in the Classroom

Photo by Rubén Rodriguez on Unsplash

Teaching during quarantine has been a challenge for even the most seasoned educators. Unreliable access to tech for students. Unstable schedules. Trying to adapt classroom lessons to a digital landscape. In many cases, teachers have been thrust into the situation without adequate warning or preparation. But like teachers do, they square their shoulders, plant…

--

--

--

Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the ways we learn | Tune in at aoapodcast.com | Connecting 500k+ monthly readers with 1,200+ authors

Recommended from Medium

Teachers Are Not OK, Even Though We Need Them to Be.

Obstacles: Post-College Realizations

A Solution To America’s Sh*t High School English Education

EDUCATION EXCLUSION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: A REPORT FROM UNESCO & HOW TO IMPROVE IT

Why Is Education Important For Empowerment?

7 Questions with Lorraine McGinty

Solidarity is our power: Thoughts on the UCSC COLA Campaign

Setting up your study space for online classes

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Aaron Meacham

Aaron Meacham

My name anagrams to “a man becomes.” I love movies and Kurt Vonnegut. I don’t understand how anagrams work.

More from Medium

What does leadership on sustainability and ESG look like at Fortune 500 companies?

How to Say No to a Team Member’s Idea

Two people working on laptops at a small table with a cup of coffee and plant on it.

Weeknotes #22 — the calm side of the island

Scenarios to cut through complexity