Not all students get the same experience in the classroom. Poor acoustics, ambient noise levels, and a range of learning disabilities affect students.
Learning loss is one of the most frustrating aspects of teaching. Unfortunately, learning loss can start a "snowball effect." Once the student starts to have difficulties in one learning area, it can affect their entire classroom experience. With COVID-19 creating many challenges for educators, you want to stop learning loss before it becomes a learning block for your students. Find out the simple solutions you can take to migrate these snowball effects in your classroom.
In the aftermath of a global pandemic, K-12 students are facing unprecedented setbacks in academic learning. Now that students are returning to the classroom, teachers and school administration face an even tougher battle to overcome pandemic-related learning losses and help students get back on track.
Technology is enabling greater flexibility within the classroom environment to better incorporate differing learning modalities, accommodate multiple methods for delivering instruction, and ensure equity.