After emergency closures sent schools and families scrambling to cobble together distance learning schedules last spring, schools across the nation are reformulating for the coming school year – whether students return the classroom, continue learning from home, or a combination of the two.
Educators, school administrators and others providing services in schools face new challenges as schools plan for classrooms that can pivot between remote and in-person learning, as well as hybrid models to keep classroom populations low. Likely measures, including masks worn by both educators and students and physical distancing minimize the risks of COVID-19 transmission, but pose additional barriers to learning.
A critical element in any effort to minimize the spread of germs is cleaning and disinfecting shared items regularly. In schools, electronics are some of the most shared objects. Here are some key considerations and recommendations for sanitizing your electronic devices.
Tips on how to become a more effective public speaker
Being an effective speaker is much more than flipping through a fancy PowerPoint filled with facts and figures. Good presenters are engaging, exciting, and connect with the audience while getting their point across. Whether you’re a traveling presenter who speaks at many conferences a year or someone who has does a few smaller presentations a year, you know that engaging the audience and teaching them something are the goals of presenting.