The short answer to this question is yes. However, that is not necessarily a bad thing. Let’s look at a few of the changes to educational norms that may actually benefit kids in the long run.
- Schools are learning new ways to assess the ability of children. For decades now, standardized tests have been the nationwide benchmark for determining a student’s ability to learn. However, for many more years after, there have been growing concerns over whether these tests were truly the best way to determine intelligence or even fair to all demographics.
- Teachers are learning to personalize the experience for each student. School is a classroom experience. However, kids still need individual attention to thrive. Social awareness and helping students feel welcome and accepted is becoming the norm. Classrooms are developing as a collective culture, benefiting students who would have been outcasts in the past.
- Schools are focused on better engagement strategies. Kids learn in different ways, just like adults do. Finding the best ways to engage various students rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach to the classroom helps students who would have fallen behind in the past from not understanding their teacher’s learning methods.
Healthcare Changes in Schools Also Seem to Be Here to Stay
Of course, the number one priority right now is the health of your students and teachers. There is no reason for that to change, even if vaccines help get the virus under control in the near future. A1 American is helping schools across the US to acquire the needed products to keep students and faculty safe. Contact us today at 833.205.2200 to order the essential care products your educational facility needs.