Help teachers feel better about returning. Discover strategies for teaching COVID-19 behavior protocols.
Teachers are worried about returning to in-person learning models. They do not want to be exposed to COVID-19 and spread it to their families. A top issue fueling this concern is not having a proven process for teaching COVID-19 behavior protocols.
To overcome these anxieties, you need to provide:
- Clarity on how students can navigate common areas safely
- Sufficient space for students to learn and practice
- Guidelines for the enforcement of mask-wearing and social distancing
- Consistent rules based on unchanging COVID-19 policies
The CDC recommendations did not come with the teaching techniques. You need clear protocols to make it possible for students to follow them.
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