For many, the pandemic’s forced shift to remote learning revealed the importance of healthy, trusting relationships between teachers and students. But it also highlighted ways in which technology could be used to foster deeper and more impactful teacher-child relationships.
This paper from Gradient Learning makes the case that a global calamity may have sparked a renewed appreciation of the critical role that positive human relationships play in the classroom. It considers whether lessons from the pandemic may serve as a catalyst for future innovation and improvement.
See the new introduction from Nina Rees, president & CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.