6 Weeks & Counting: Lessons from COVID-19 School Closures

It’s hard to believe it’s already been six weeks since schools in China, Hong Kong and Vietnam closed due to COVID-19. As the pandemic spreads, schools in every other region in the world are beginning to follow suit. Although this situation is very stressful, often confusing and pretty scary for all of us, those that…

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Helping Your Child Navigate a Media-Rich World

Social media can be a challenging topic for parents. Having grown up in a world without constant access to technology, it can seem both strange and frustrating to parents that their children want to spend so much time in digital spaces. Over at Eduro Learning, we’re super excited about the launch of our new Parenting…

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5 Ways Learning is Different Today (for Parents)

Over at Eduro Learning we’re working hard to help parents, teachers and schools thrive in the digital age. One of the new things we’re most excited about is our new series of online classes and resources designed specifically for parents. We know that parenting in a technology-rich world is not easy, and after having worked…

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Getting Out of the Filter Bubble: Finding “The Real You” Online

I recently had a great (and timely) conversation with one of the counselors from International School Manila at the EARCOS Teacher’s Conference in Kota Kinnabalu, Malaysia (check out all the resources from all of my sessions here). She said: “I wish there was a way to help students recognize what their online profile looks like…

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