Victoria Young, a South Carolina teacher, shares three tips to increase student collaboration in the virtual classroom.Read more "Student Collaboration in the Virtual Classroom"
Meagan Wagner, a literacy coach for a middle/high school in South Carolina, shares how Covid-19 has impacted the way she collaborates with teachers to best meet the needs of students and teachers, in her role as literacy coach.Read more "Literacy Coaching During A Pandemic"
Hannah Kottraba, a SC teacher, discusses how she used digital literacy to increase student and parent engagement and participation in an instructional unit.Read more "Breaking the Mold: Using Digital Literacy Outside the Traditional Classroom"
Scott Buhr, a South Carolina teacher, shares his experiences transitioning to eLearning and the way in which being a digital native has shaped the way he implements new literacies in the classroom.Read more "Quaranteaching: We’re Not In Kansas Anymore"
Mr. Jason McCauley shares the collective frustration as a result of social distancing faced by educators at all levels during the Coronavirus pandemic.Read more "The Trauma of Social Distancing"
South Carolina High School student Addie Laney explores the ways in which students are navigating choosing their perspective during the Coronavirus pandemic.Read more "Choosing Perspective"
Dr. Rachelle Savitz explores ways teachers can navigate their own trauma, as well as ways in which teachers can use literacy as a means to help students navigate their own trauma. Dr. Savitz provides teachers with four examples showing how to leverage literacy to speak to student trauma.Read more "What Can We Do To Support Our Students’ Trauma And Our Own During These Uncertain Times?"
South Carolina Teacher Kathleen Pennyway discusses how she utlizes Trauma Informed Pedagogies in her physical classroom and virtual classroom during Covid-19. Kathleen offers useful tips for teachers wondering how to center student experiences through a trauma informed lens.Read more "Trauma Informed Teaching During COVID-19: What the Virus has Taken from Us and How We Can Get It Back"
South Carolina Teacher Salena Davis explores the impact of Covid-19 and trauma on literacy in the virtual classroom. In addition she offers helpful tips to navigate the literacy challenges as students navigate their own trauma. She even provides tools she uses with her own students.Read more "Finding Your Literacy Sweet Spot"
Dr. Ilagan provides insight into a school counselor’s view of the impact of Covid-19 on student trauma and secondary trauma. Through Ms. West, we see the impact of Covid-19 on school counselors and students.Read more "Reflections of a school counselor during the 2020 school closures: “If this continues into the Fall semester, I cannot mentally sustain.”"