While the transition to distance learning can be challenging, parents can help students adjust to this new experience with these simple tips.
Though our community could not be together physically, we found new ways to connect during distance learning. Alums, teachers and parents created virtual spaces for important conversations, wellness and even a few games.
While the shift to distance learning was abrupt, teachers and students rose to the challenge of creating meaningful learning experiences from afar.
Students in music and performing arts classes haven't slowed down while at home. Here are just a few examples of how teachers have found ways to continue creative work after transitioning to distance learning.
Victor Lin, Head of Jazz Studies, helps students forge lasting connections while learning to play a variety of instruments. With a strong emphasis on empathy and community, Victor creates an environment in which students feel safe to connect, take risks and create with one another.