I have been a teacher for 31 years, a school principal for 16 years and at the age of 55 I know a lot about planning “catching up” when our students return in September.
The return of our students to school in September is so catastrophic that I worry that the prophets of doom will quickly become the greatest threat to our students’ wellbeing. When we tell students that their absence has irreversibly damaged them, they will most likely feel irreversibly damaged. Conversely, tell them it’s great to have them back and we can make up for any lost ground. I bet they will go on largely untouched.
And I have to say that after talking to our 10th and 12th grade students in the past few weeks, they just want to continue with their studies. at school.
In my humble opinion, we should stop prophesying about “a lost generation” as if the students hadn’t done any schoolwork during the ban. Instead, the vast majority of our country’s students learned while they were out of school. It should also be remembered that when students returned in September, 3.5% of the total number of school days between grades 1 and 11 were not at school.
Get excited about. Our plan for our returning students is very simple. We’ll focus on first Participation, Because if the students are not at school, they cannot benefit from the live lessons. Then we put all the elements of the curriculum (Content Pedagogy Assessment) were reviewed in September for class conditions. and finally we find bags from time for certain cohorts of students to cover essential content they missed. Attendance-C.curriculumT.ime.
Here are the bare bones of ours ACTION to plan. It’s very easy. It is the product of essential thinking. let us to implement a thing or two really good for our students’ return in September instead of overwhelming them with an exceptional range of half-hearted interventions. Life has been extraordinary enough for her lately …
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