Edutopia shares how some schools are dedicating time to extracurricular activities during the pandemic so that middle and high school students can experience a sense of normalcy and social connection.
“But now that educators have a semester of emergency remote teaching under their belts—and many are returning in person in some form—schools are increasingly trying to improve opportunities for students to engage in school life amid the new circumstances.
From baking clubs to school newspapers, educators are reimagining how to run extracurriculars in virtual settings or have them comply with Covid-19 protocols in person. For students—and educators—these activities have provided a sense of connection and normalcy during a time when many feel isolated and stressed.”
Read more about it at Edutopia.