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This is official: until March 8, most children in the UK will not be able to go to school-at least.
Parents, working parents, single parents, single parents... We know this is the hardest time for everyone. We truly believe that the pressure on ourselves should be minimal, especially when wearing all these extra hats (decimal experts, anyone?).
Moving on, we have put together some kits that might make things easier...
If you buy something to help you keep your child organized, we think it should be a blackboard-whiteboard combination.
We especially like this version launched by John Lewis. It is small and exquisite, suitable for small fingers, and is equipped with two large pieces of chalk, a blackboard eraser, a whiteboard marker and a magnet for attaching paper.
Not only is it useful to write down the tasks of the day, but it can also be used as a toy that children imagine. They may want to open their own cafes, shops or even replace home schools.
We are totally obsessed with Mustard Made storage solutions. These storage solutions use a variety of exquisite colors, all of which happen to be inspired by school lockers (with a sense of fashion). Organizational arrangements are the key to not losing your sanity when going to school at home, and the Shorty version is very suitable for gathering all children's home school necessities in one place. It can also double as a bedside table.
Although parents used to face the problem of too many screens, many of us do not have enough money now because we try to work from home and share our acclaimed (and expensive!) technology with our children.
If you are worried about your Macbook being soiled too many times by a paper jam, we do not recommend an HP Chromebook: the price is less than £250, it can indeed meet all the needs of home learning, and it is easy to set up and use. In addition, it can also handle all the basic knowledge of parents' work.
Parents will do everything possible to get help, if this comes from furniture, so much the better.
Coble's smart furniture series (such as side tables) looks good in any room and has some other benefits, such as a wireless charging surface, so your older kids/teens’ smartphone or tablet will be ready to use (table There is also a USB point).
The table has two built-in bluetooth speakers, which are audiobook and music speakers with adjustable volume. Put it in the bedroom to help you understand bedtime stories.
One thing we learned from the second part of home school is that even for a young elementary-age child, temporary arrangements will not cut costs.
Giving them appropriate desk space and setting is essential to achieve at least a certain level of concentration and motivation, and older children may need to move out of their room to pay attention to their screening time.
In addition to the table or designated table space, comfortable chairs and desk lamps, children can also use some creative tools in the work area, whether it is a comfortable artwork print or adds some biophilic principles and life to a dull life Plant home school setting.
Let's face it: family learning is difficult because parents need to sit with their children and provide guidance and help when they work.
This double-sided desk means that parents and children can work relative to each other, or two siblings can socialize and learn correctly. It is designed to imitate a swing on a playground and comes with a lot of convenient storage space, and the top bar is perfect for hanging earphones and storage boxes for stationery essentials.
Both kids and adults hate to stare at the screen, which is why we are so eager to get some educational books.
A series of illustrations by Lucy Letherland; whether your child is interested in deep sea creatures or history, there is an attractive book that will teach them geography, cultural customs, amazing animal facts and map reading skill.
In addition, it allows them to reach remote lands that are constantly surrounded by four walls.
When homeschooling hit a wall, the children brought out Lego blocks-something magical happened.
The siblings helped each other to create the world, the neglected toys have been sitting in the cupboard and became the basis of a well-designed game of the week that involves imagination and cooperation (not to mention all the excellent power and power that the building itself Engineering advantage).
So yes, it's definitely time for them to get the new Lego of the month-and if they spend an afternoon doing it, they won't feel sad for the lack of points. They are learning many other good things.
This new medieval blacksmith suit can provide a lot of inspiration and can also be counted as a history class (in any case, it is a history class).
This is not only a time for study and homeschooling, but also a time for reflection, diary, sketching and memory.
Therefore, in addition to all the school notebooks the children are using, it is a good idea to have them-especially the older notebooks-cherish a notebook that can write down all their hopes, dreams, fears and anxiety.
We like Frida Kahlo's "I am my own muse" quote-it is the perfect inspiration for generations of children who have to look inward to find themselves.
Osmo's STEM toys combine the ability to learn on the screen and perform in real life, regardless of whether the children are interested in speech and spelling, math and coding, puzzles and art-or want to help your child in any of these fields.
Osmo is compatible with iPad and Fire tablets. For parents looking for innovative ways to let their children learn, this is just a solution.
The constant confusion on every surface is one of the hardest things in family learning, and visual confusion will undoubtedly increase the pressure on parents. We like this table to neatly hold all the pencils, pens, felt tips and other items-the oversized nib is closed, so your child's home school accessories are messy.
Multitasking furniture is now very helpful for parents. This well-designed table and chair set is suitable for children of all ages and looks beautiful wherever it is placed. Not only does the table have some convenient storage shelves built in, but the blackboard top is the perfect craft table. In addition, it comes from sustainable rubber wood.
When the children are in school, Pinyin is skillful enough, and when the children are away, it sounds like an uphill battle. Bear Can Read is a new subscription service that may arouse the interest of your little ones. It will provide personalized activity bundles every month to help you make Pinyin fun. The price of the box is usually £19.99 per month, but your first box is just a Tenner with a Home10 code.
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Chicago Public Schools intends to reopen classrooms on Monday, but some educators worry that the content provided is not good for students.
Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers’ Union are working to reach an agreement on the safe reopening of schools. On Monday, CPS leaders have begun face-to-face learning, beginning with up to 62,000 elementary school students. Members of the Chicago Teachers Union said that unless an agreement is reached, they will only conduct distance learning.
However, due to the high level of concern for safety, people's attention to the education they may receive after returning has decreased. Many principals, teachers and parents say that what is on the table is not good for students.
In the interview with WBEZ, they were worried that there were not enough adults to supervise all the returning children. They are also worried that the transition from all distance learning means less teaching time for students compared to the current distance learning. Some people say that their school does not have Internet bandwidth to keep all students in touch with their teachers.
CPS leaders insisted that the school was to complete the mission and emphasized that the principals said they were ready. District officials said that they have been planning for several months. Starting from January 11, they have successfully brought 3,200 preschool and special education students back to part-time classrooms. The personal guidance for these students was suspended on Wednesday, when the CTU members collectively refused. Back to the classroom.
CPS CEO Janice Jackson said this week: "We feel very strong and we are very committed to getting students back to school." "We believe we can do it. Before we rely on our plan. Now. , We already have data for nearly three weeks, showing that our students have successfully reopened in pre-kindergarten and [special education] cluster courses throughout K State."
Many parents are happy that their children are back. They say this brings ordinary taste to the family and gives children more opportunities to structure and socialize-stay away from the screen.
Some parents and teachers say that on a smaller scale, the hybrid model of CPS (which can be used in the classroom for two days) can work. But they said that driving thousands of elementary school students is a completely different story.
As many as 62,000 elementary school students and as many as 5,200 pre-kindergarten and special education students may return on Monday, accounting for 32% of the 208,000 students who chose to return. The vast majority of students will continue to study remotely. It is expected that most teachers will teach two groups of students both in person and remotely.
The principals interviewed by WBEZ this week said they stayed up late, trying to figure out how to ensure that students are properly supervised. This is because employees have medically impaired family members at home, so they are still waiting to hear about their requirements for the school district to work from home.
The school district has opened 2,000 positions, some of which are used to fill gaps that allow teachers and employees to work from home. But a principal said he has two positions. But six employees will work from home. CPS has not yet provided data on how many of the 2,000 positions.
The principal said: "It is an impossible task at the same level of turning time back." One of many principals asked to remain anonymous because they expressed concern about public speaking. He said that the students in his school will basically study remotely at school and work on laptops in the classroom.
Teachers (many of whom also asked to remain anonymous) said they received mixed information from district officials. Sometimes they are told to work with ordinary students. Sometimes, they are told to teach in places other than certified to meet the needs of teachers working remotely, or to create pods with a balanced number of students.
Some principals said they think that bringing back students two days a week is not educational. They said that in the classroom, students will sit next to the computer, and their teacher will be far away, especially so.
"What's the point?" said a southwest principal, adding that his school simply does not have enough staff to cover all classrooms.
The parents said that at Newfield Elementary School on the north side, their school also needs help in staffing. About half of the students said they plan to come again, but a large number of teachers have obtained permission to work from home or pending requests.
"There is no room for error," Annie Gill-Bloyer, parent and chairperson of the Newfield Local School Council, said at this week's Board of Education meeting. "If only a few people report their work, then the entire house of cards will collapse. My concern is that with the right personnel, the program can be applied to face-to-face and remote students. We need help in staffing. "
Some school officials said that their schools do not have Internet capabilities and cannot connect students with remote classmates.
This prevents face-to-face students from participating in video chats or group discussions. For face-to-face students, it can be more difficult to sit together for group discussions.
“They have to sit six feet away and have a full discussion, the only way is through group discussions or yelling at each other in the classroom,” said Julian Connolly, a middle school teacher.
She said that her school has a large number of students learning English, and they need this kind of oral practice. "Generally speaking, all children are English learners. Therefore, children cannot practice expressing their thoughts and therefore must write them down. This fact makes them only say something because they may not be able to spell the word."
Several principals said they were told they would get a bandwidth upgrade in a few months. But this does not help now.
Jose Frausto is a computer science teacher at Tonti Elementary School. He said that in addition to teaching in person who feels unsafe, "teaching will be greatly reduced."
During distance learning, Frausto used a unique setting at home that included multiple screens. He can see all the students and can teach them up close. At school, he has to plug and unplug the device at least five times a day. “Sometimes he moves and teaches the next class within the next hour with zero minutes in between.
The principal also said that according to the new mixing schedule, learning time will be reduced. A principal told WBEZ that on Wednesday, that is, all students are on a distant day, there are only 3 hours of simultaneous learning instead of 3 hours and 45 minutes.
Cortney Ritsema, who has twins in New Field Elementary’s kindergarten, has seen a reduction in teaching. Before moving from distance learning to face-to-face learning, they spent an hour with the teacher every day. After implementing face-to-face learning, they only have 45 minutes.
Connolly, the teacher of the North Side Middle School, also said that the teaching time of the mixed mode will be reduced. She said that face-to-face classes will waste a lot of study time because the school will arrange logistical work such as entry and exit.
Potential upside? Many parents and teachers complain that the expected screen learning time during distance learning is too much.
The students' uncertainty about their own experience prompted some parents who initially chose to mentor themselves to change their minds.
Melinda Young, the parents of two of Skinner West’s students, said: “I have real concerns about their ability to execute.” “Combined with my understanding of how this day will happen, from a safety perspective, but also from an educational perspective. For me, this is not suitable for my child."
The frustrated parent alliance plans to conduct a "leave" on Monday to protest the quality of the reopening plan. Their children will not attend classes. At the same time, families who want to personally give family guidance to their children also speak out. They say that more and more students are suffering from depression and anxiety all day long.
Elizabeth Levey said at the Board of Education meeting last week: "My son is in kindergarten and he is happy to return to school." "I don't know (we will) tell him whether the school that will reopen next week is broken ."
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Heather Douglass, Tamara Grady and Jackie Mosqueda-Jones were sworn in at the Osseo District School Board meeting on January 12. Douglas and Mosqueda-Jones are returning board members and Grady is elected in the November general election.
The Oseo School District held its first meeting in 2021 on January 12 and elected officials for the coming year.
Kelsey Dawson-Walton was elected chairman of the board, and Jackie Mosqueda-Jones won the position of vice chairman. Heather Douglas was re-elected as secretary of the board and Tonya Simmons will serve as treasurer.
Dawson-Walton defeated Simons 4-2. Dawson-Walton was nominated by Mosqueda-Jones; Simmons was nominated by Douglas. Dawson-Walton and her new board members Thomas Brooks and Tamara Grady all got their votes, except for Mosqueda-Jones. Simmons has his own and Douglas votes.
Dawson-Walton replaced Mike Ostaffe, who defeated him by a narrow margin in the November 3 general election, hoping to return to the board.
"Now, more than ever, we need leadership skills to lead with passion, stand by, participate in common solutions and conversations, and build bridges between all the opportunities facing our region, academics, families and communities," Dawson -Said Walton. "I want our board to be seen as a community that works with our scholars, our family, teachers and staff, and become a team builder across all cultures, backgrounds, populations, cities, and truly learn from each other to ensure that we task.
"I want us to a point where we can see and take action, that is, our greatest advantage is that we work together for all scholars in the region, and we don’t miss the talents of any young people. Most importantly, I want all of us Of 22,000 scholars remain at the forefront of every decision we make."
Mosqueda-Jones said: "I believe Kelsey (will) will be an excellent chairman because of her experience and very close ties with several of our partners." "She is an influential person. Every student has a strong voice of advocacy."
Before the vote, Douglass expressed support for Simons, who previously served as vice chairman.
"During her tenure as Vice Chairman, Tonya has always demonstrated her commitment to serving our community, with a focus on providing all students with academic excellence and purposeful leadership. She serves the board of directors and Our stakeholder service is a natural choice."
In proving his role, Douglas said:
“In the past year, we have faced difficult board meetings. I keep in mind the importance of the work we do and the values and missions we represent in every action inside and outside the board meetings. I intend to continue to work hard to achieve the board’s Consensus, professional and respectable behavior, and ensure that the views of all stakeholders are discussed and considered, respected and appreciated.
“In order to perform the duties of chairman outside of board meetings, I have the flexibility of the workplace to respond to current issues and communication needs, meet with leadership and stakeholders and support regional activities. The chairman of the board is our region, we The leadership and the culture we hope to create in each building sets the tone. This is the role of servant-leader and one of the greatest members of our community."
In the vote on the vice chairman, Mosqueda-Jones defeated Douglass 4-2. Mosqueda-Jones was nominated by Grady; Simmons' Douglas Mosqueda-Jones was supported by her, Grady, Dawson Walton and Brooks.
Mosqueda-Jones said: "Because of my knowledge and experience in education in multiple communities, I believe I will become an effective vice chairman." "I am a servant leader and moved here with my family since 1978 when I was 10 years old. Since then, I have lived and/or worked in every part of the school district."
When nominating Mosqueda-Jones, Grady said: “Jackie is a collaborative leader. She brings decades of special education teaching experience and recognized cultural capabilities to the board. She has done all of this work and focused on Provide fair and quality service to every student."
In the remaining positions, Douglass will retain his position and Simons will serve as treasurer. Simons has a bachelor's degree in accounting and a master's degree from the Carlson School of Management.
MOSQUEDA-JONES role expansion
The night Mosqueda-Jones won other positions is not over yet. She won Douglass with a vote of 4 to 2 as the representative of the Intermediate District 287 Joint Committee of the Osseo School District. The school district serves unique learners in 11 school districts in the western metropolis and specializes in special education, alternative learning colleges (ALC), transition services, vocational and technical education, online learning, and gifted education.
Mosqueda-Jones said: “I navigated and helped write personal education plans as a teacher and parent, and received extensive training to understand trauma, trauma responses, including doctoral work in marriage and family health,” Mosqueda- Jones said. "I also work hard to improve my knowledge and engage in bilingual work."
Among other decisions of the board of directors:
The agreed agenda was approved, including the designation of Osseo/Maple Grove Press, Plymouth Sun Sailor and Brooklyn Park Sun Post as the official newspapers in the area.
The approved remuneration of board members for 2021 is set at $800 per month for the chairman of the board, $725 for the board secretary, and $725 per month for other board members. Each member can also get a monthly reimbursement or miscellaneous expenses of $50, including regional miles. These compensation figures were determined in 2016 and have not increased since then.
At the beginning of the meeting, SWORN became a member of the board of directors, including Douglass, Mosqueda-Jones and Grady. Douglas and Mosqueda-Jones are returning members. After winning a place in the November election, Grady officially began her term.
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Last month, bus driver and sixth-grade special education teacher Chris Nichols received a bonus for helping his school improve alphabet performance. The $1,320 stipend comes from the "School Recognition Program", which provides financial incentives for teachers and staff.
For Nichols, who teaches in the Itawamba County School District, this extra cash has also caused enthusiasm. He said that although he was happy to receive the funds, his assistant teachers and assistants were not eligible for the funds, even though they "worked as hard as the teachers." The guidelines of the program only allow “certified personnel” to receive rewards.
Nichols said: "Compared with our teachers, these people have lower salaries, they only earn more than $1,000 a month, and they work 40 hours a week." "So, seeing those test results (rising ), I think these workers should get credit when they get money. It goes beyond what (students) get from teachers in the classroom."
Nichols’ concerns echoed criticism from school officials, teachers, education advocates and legislators of the controversial plan, which provides financial rewards for educators in school districts with A-levels or academic qualifications that increase year by year. The fairness of the plan is also exacerbated by new complications caused by the coronavirus: Is it fair to award districts based on the latest letter grade?
When the school closed in March 2020, the Mississippi Board of Education cancelled the state exam. This means that no test result can be used as the responsibility level for the year. The state legislature allows school districts to retain the previous year's (2018-19) score, which poses problems for lawmakers as they decide how to deal with the "School Recognition Program" without a new accountability score.
This will not change soon. This month, the state legislature voted to allow schools and school districts to suspend the assignment of alphabetic grades in 2020-21 to measure the performance of schools and school districts.
Although the 2021 legislative session is currently underway, legislators are not sure whether they will make any changes or continue to fund performance plans.
R-Leakesville's Senate Education Chairman Dennis DeBar said that the "legislation" bill was introduced when legislators chose to make any changes to the law, especially based on the report of the PEER committee. He said the bill can be used to develop a plan to reward outstanding teachers in poor areas, although he did not provide any details. He seems to know the language of a plan legally.
When asked whether the legislature will decide not to fund the program based on the new accountability data, he said: "Everything is on the table."
House Education Chairman Richard Bennett said that he and the committee are studying PEER’s recommendations and they are trying to figure out how to deal with accountability and COVID-19 issues. He said that he knew there were problems with the fairness of accountability.
"We are working hard with the governor's office to try to come up with a solution this year. We don't want it to disappear, but because we don't have accountability – we are trying to figure out what to do," said Bennett, a Republican from Long Beach. "We want to do something, of course we have to save the program. If we have money, we might give everyone a bonus. We don't know yet."
Bennett said: "I don't want to discuss too many controversial things, because it is unfair not to give everyone the opportunity to discuss these issues." "This year, we will do the least in terms of legislation so that we can get rid of Dilemma."
This year, two other Republican congressmen introduced separate bills calling for amendments to the procedure.
A spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Education said the department will follow the instructions of the legislature.
In addition to the level of responsibility, educators and advocates have other issues in the plan.
Erica Jones, president of the Mississippi State Education Workers Association, said she was not a "loyal supporter" of the plan and believed it was flawed. She said it would not help to retain the teacher. She recommends using the funds set aside for the program instead of “raising” educators to help attract and retain teachers.
Jones said: "Some of our educators will never receive (stipends) based on majors and regions." "Before using COVID, we faced a shortage of teachers. Now with COVID, we need to find education jobs in the state. It’s even more difficult."
In July 2020, "Mississippi Today" published a story outlining the problems of performance pay programs. Many teachers in Mississippi today say they are grateful for the money, but critics say it causes confusion and, in some cases, actually lowers the morale of educators.
The plan’s intention to motivate teachers based on accountability raises questions, including how the money is distributed at the district level and who is eligible to receive the funds. Last year, the Mississippi State Department of Education began to require schools to distribute the money equally, although the analysis of "Mississippi Today" found that not all schools are doing this.
It is not uncommon for qualified employees to donate some money to colleagues who have not received anything. Wanda Quon, the principal of Hickory Park Elementary School, an A-level school in Jackson Public School District, said the teacher did this in her school.
"It's something they did by themselves. They decided together, "Hey, we're not just one person," Quon said, referring to certified employees who shared the money they received with teachers and assistants because " A large part of our school is not eligible for funding
Other teachers said that students are doing this work, so they should also be rewarded. Since there is no legal regulation on how teachers should use the money once they receive the money, Laura Holifield, an American history teacher at North Forrest Middle School and some colleagues took away their due salary and set up scholarships for senior students. To help them pay for college expenses.
She said: "If it's not for the children, then we won't get (money) at all."
In addition, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way teachers provide education to students, making it difficult to measure and reward teachers’ student performance. Nichols, a teacher and bus driver in Itawamba County, said some teachers are still trying to reach and teach children. He said this makes it more difficult to measure accountability and determine how much money the school should get from the program.
Nichols said: “You still have teachers working, and you have to spend many hours at work, trying to get guidance there in any way possible.” “Teachers do make a difference in trying to influence their children. They do. There is no need for the letter ratings above the head. The teachers are more worried about what I should do to really help my children."
Harrison Michael, the principal of Callaway High School, said that certified personnel are needed to "coordinate the improvement of the school." It needs to build trust and relationships between the "four walls inside and outside" of the community, parents and school staff. His school was raised from D to C level.
So, how do you choose teachers who should or should not be rewarded?
Cathryn Warren, an elementary school teacher in the Lamar County School District, said this is challenging because there are many factors in meeting standards such as student numbers and resources.
"In many high-risk tests, a lot of time is not necessarily the content of the test. She said: "This is related to the student's test ability, which is even more frustrating. "I know great, outstanding teachers. (For) those areas with lower incomes, or (if) the population is completely different... I don't think you should be disqualified because of their efforts."
School administrators and teachers said that this was because no one was included and no “specific guidance” was provided. Sharolyn Miller, head of finance at Jackson Public Schools, said that when the school allocates funds based on its own judgment, it becomes troublesome. She said, for example, some schools may include nurses among qualified personnel, while another school does not.
"We just need to be sure to know what a certified person is? There are many people who have a license. They will call me and say, "I have to get a work permit... Does this mean I am a licensee?" ", Miller said. "I think MDE has heard the voice of the faculty and school districts that define it, but the law needs to be revised to reflect this. "
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(Original price $100, there are two colors to choose from)
"When I received this cabinet, I was surprised by its size. My husband spent about 30-45 minutes putting them together, but we absolutely love it. This will add a lot of storage to our dining room. There are also cocktail glasses in the place for drinks..."
"Sturdy tables are expensive. I searched for a table that fits a small entrance but was useless. I got an opportunity with low expectations on this table and liked it. Super easy to assemble." —
"It's beautiful, just like the picture. It's not too difficult to put together. It looks very sturdy so far. I have children and they haven't destroyed it. It looks more expensive than its price...I like it. "—
(Original price $350, available in four colors)
"This is a high-quality built-in shelf. It looks beautiful in my bathroom and is easy to install. The size and color are exactly what I want. The towel rack is very useful! The height of the shelf is perfect to show many different things. "—
(Original price $80, available in four colors and two sizes)
"The price of this piece of furniture is really good. It took me about 3.5 hours to sort it out by myself. It looks great behind my front door." —
(Original price $150)
"Very beautiful and stylish. The cushions are also comfortable. Easy to assemble, it takes about 30 minutes per person. White is the beautiful color of my apartment, and my family and friends love them." —
"I have wanted it for a long time, and when it arrived, I was very happy. It looked beautiful and very suitable for my restaurant. It was comfortable to sit up. I hope to leave many memories around this table." —
(Original price $279, there are two colors to choose from)
"I like the appearance of this cabinet. It is well-made and sturdy. Except for the feet and knobs, it is assembled. The surface treatment is like silver paint coated with silver paint. Want a gorgeous appearance or use it in The appearance of a sexual farmhouse. The inside of the drawer is black and it closes well. I am very satisfied with this purchase." —
(Original price $319.99, available in two colors)
"I like this kind of vanity! It has brought all the pieces three days earlier! I bought some led lights to spin around the mirror, it is complete! I will comb my hair, make up or just Wash my skin!!! Definitely can't beat this price with high quality!!! I highly recommend, and it is easy to assemble! I put my weapons together within an hour!" —
(Original price $145)
"This wardrobe exceeded my expectations! I have my daughter’s boyfriend help me put it together, so I would definitely recommend putting more than two hands on the deck, but it’s of high quality and it looks also Very fashionable!" —
"Arrive earlier than the promised time. Beautiful fireplace with modern style. Various flame color options are great. Packed properly. Just remove the glass front panel. Almost no assembly is required. Put the stone in (looks great) this is done!)"-
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