From twice-weekly, in-person learning to virtual lessons, this is what the 2020-2021 school year is expected to look like in Northern Virginia.
Ryan Miller is a science teacher at Washington Liberty High School and local meteorologist for ABC7/WJLA-TV, so when students headed home when the pandemic began, he combined his passions into “Outside the Classroom.”
Claudia Romeo was in her first year teaching before COVID-19 cut it short. Here, she shares her experience teaching her fourth grade class virtually.
The range of study plans are for varying grade levels and multiples subjects, and can be used as needed each week.
Teachers and parents can all benefit from Busch Gardens’ new educational tool in which students can virtually explore nature and the animal world.
In a time of online classes and remote learning, students, teachers and parents can access millions of digital resources through the institute.