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In episode 10 of the Teaching Tidbits Podcast, I interviewed the mother of two school-aged boys about her sons' learning experiences during Covid. She is a non-educator who has always been supportive of teachers, but the current pandemic has taken her support and appreciation to a whole new level. If you are the parent of a school-aged child, you may relate to much of what is shared. But learning during Covid has not been the same for everyone. Stories are as individual as the families we serve. I invite you to listen and as you do, compare and contrast her experience to yours and/or your learners.
Covid has affected all of us differently, but no one has been spared. I
hope this episode will help start constructive conversations with
parents and colleagues. Despite our efforts to remain safe and socially
distant, it's important that we remain connected and keep communication
lines open so get through this together. And if you have developed
creative ways to stay in touch with families during these challenging
times, I'd love to hear from you. Please leave a comment below or reach
out on Twitter (@amgonza). Either way, I'd love to hear your thoughts.
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