While the transition to remote learning hasn't exactly been "smooth sailing" for many of our school communities, educators across the City have achieved success by supporting one another and working together to provide their students with critical instruction and support. For this edition of #DOEconnected, we spoke with a Queens elementary school principal about how she has steered her school through choppy waters thanks to her ongoing support of her hardworking staff members.
What does physical education look like in a remote learning environment? For this edition of #DOEconnected, we caught up with a Brooklyn physical education instructor who fills us in about her experience so far!
Sometimes, the best way to a clear mind is through stuffed farm animals! As our # DOEconnected series continues, we catch up with a teacher who has a clever method of helping students and families relieve stress!
Our #DOEconnected series continues with a principal from a Queens middle school who talks about the ways her students are maintaining their sense of community despite school buildings being closed for the remainder of the academic year.
As our #DOEconnected series continues, we caught up with an assistant principal from a Queens elementary school who talked with us about the importance of maintaining a strong sense of community on behalf of students and their families.
School food workers are helping to keep New Yorkers fed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. As our #DOEconnected series continues, learn how one of our school food workers takes her role seriously at a school in Manhattan.
Transitioning to remote learning has been challenging for educators, students, and families alike. We spoke with a principal who talked with us about the challenges she and her teachers are facing at the start of this transition.
As first responders and essential employees help keep NYC safe and healthy during these difficult times, Regional Enrichment Centers are providing these frontline workers with safe spaces for child care. Learn how one of our REC educators helps support first responders at a site in Manhattan as our #DOEconnected series continues.
During this extraordinary time when New York City’s educators are working closely with students and families from the confines of their homes, we will be publishing a series of posts describing their experiences in their own words. We are now #DOEConnected!
Chancellor Richard Carranza kicks off our new exciting feature series, #DOEconnected, in celebration of the DOE staff members across the City who are working hard to keep students safe, healthy, and learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite having an unusually large share of students living in temporary housing, P.S. 15 in Manhattan has proven that building trust with students and their families can lead to transformational improvements both inside and outside the classroom.
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