By Susan S. Askew, PE, CSEP and Rebecca Falcon, PMP, CISM, Black Swans Rising, LLC We’ve survived the first 9 weeks of COVID-19 imposed remote learning, have worked out most technical kinks, and gotten a “battle rhythm” established. Now that the crisis management of this new way of learning has passed, parents and students should … Continue reading Parent Tips for Remote Learning
Elisa A. FerrellHuntsville City Schools Presidentand Board Representative District 3 Back in the day, when all my children were still living at home, I had four boys and one girl all under one roof. Over the years I have seen more than my fair share of Disney movies, PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, superhero movies … Continue reading To Boldly Go
By Richard Reynolds, M.Div., M.Ed., Ed.S. Executive. Director & Principal at Huntsville Achievement School AT&T has started an ad campaign that states for one to not just settle for “ok.” The ads are humorous and eye catching to prove the point that "just ok is not ok." We settle in many areas of life for okay and … Continue reading Is Okay Enough?
"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world. - Nelson Mandela This #newnormal has been called into being because of the Coronavirus. This #newnormal has been needed for years if not decades as we attempted to create a world that was new, vibrant and high tech, while we did education … Continue reading Education, A Powerful Weapon