Juggling Remote, Hybrid and In-Person Schooling: Strategies for Organizational Success
For students and families, next year is going to feel like a pendulum swinging between remote, hybrid, and in-person options. So much of the national conversation is focused on how logistically schools will operate, but little has been said on how to help students navigate this exponential level of transition. How to keep track of papers? Manage distractions? Navigate alternating schedules and changing activity options? This piece would offer strategies on how to help students and families track assignments, activities, and switching between different learning options.
About Ana Homayoun:
Ana is an author, educator of three books, and founder and executive director of Silicon Valley-based Green Ivy Educational Consulting, which helps students thrive in and outside of the classroom. Ana is also the founder of Luminaria Learning, a non-profit initiative bringing critical programming into public schools through the Life Navigator Middle School Program. Her work has been featured in the NYTimes, Washington Post, the Atlantic, Fast Company, CNBC, CNN, ABC News, among others, and she is a frequent guest on NPR.
She speaks at schools in-person and virtually doing student talks, parent education, and faculty professional development. Learn more about her work at www.anahomayoun.com.