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Jun 01, 2021 2021-06-01

Digital Learning • Learning Support

Teaching Ideas for Closing the School Year and Looking Ahead

During this time of upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, students need opportunities to experience community, connect, and feel a sense of closure before heading off for the summer. How can teachers provide such opportunities at the close of the school year? Facing History and Ourselves offers six ideas that can work for in-person, hybrid, and remote students. The ideas include journaling, creating digital portfolios, writing notes of appreciation, designing a virtual “good-bye” graffiti board, listing hopes and fears for the summer, and writing an encouraging email to themselves. These ideas can help students reflect on the past school year, celebrate their school community, and look ahead to what comes next.

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