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October 2021

October 2021

Lessons from COVID

“A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.” It’s one of those sayings of indeterminate origin. Is it an old African proverb? [...]

The People-Centered School

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we have all learned a lot about dealing with challenges. Hopefully we have also learned a lot [...]

Chapel in the Time of COVID

In my second year of being the point person for coordinating chapels at the institution I work for, I finally felt like [...]

Using Pre-recorded Lectures during the COVID Pandemic

by Dr. Timothy D. Veenstra and Dr. Elisha Injeti The arrival of COVID-19 brought rapid changes to seemingly normal routines within our [...]

Technology Tools We’re Keeping

Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of [...]

Three Lessons I Can’t Unlearn from 2020

My encouragement to all educators as we begin another school year would be to not unlearn what you have learned during 2020 [...]

Pandemic Principal

A visitor walking into our school during early summer may see stacked furniture outside classrooms, blank bulletin boards, and a variety of [...]

COVID-19 Lessons from a Mother’s Perspective

In March of 2020, every academic setting was challenged by COVID-19. Some educational models experienced deeper obstructions than others. In addition to [...]