Distance Learning Dashboard
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.
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.
Calhoun is dedicated to providing students with opportunities to be active citizens and make a positive impact. See a list of virtual community service opportunities offering ways for people of all ages to take action from home.
Questions? Email Debbie Aronson, Director of Community Service Learning
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- Talking to Children About COVID-19 (National Association of School Psychologists)
- How to Talk to Kids About the Coronavirus (Child Mind Institute)
- Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring the Coronavirus (NPR)
- Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus (New York Times)
- 5 Ways to Help Teens and Tweens Manage Anxiety About Coronavirus (New York Times)