As the summer of 2022 wanes, we will spend some time looking at the bigger picture of how education has been affected by COVID-19 these past few years. We read reviews of the current research on COVID impacts on mental health and academic outcomes, with thoughts on how it may impact our prep for the coming year.
Later, we react to a review of research on visual displays and the importance of intentionally developing visual literacy. How can we help students learn to decode visual language?
- First Segment – 01:55 – The Impacts of COVID-19 on Education in the 2020’s
- Second Segment – 25:28 – Using Visual Displays
- Naff, D., Williams, S., Furman-Darby, J., & Yeung, M. (2022). The Mental Health Impacts of COVID-19 on PK–12 Students: A Systematic Review of Emerging Literature. AERA Open, 8, 23328584221084722. https://doi.org/10.1177/23328584221084722
- Kuhfeld, M., Soland, J., & Lewis, K. (2022). Test score patterns across three COVID-19-impacted school years. Educational Researcher Online First. https://doi.org/10.3102/0013189X221109178
- Schraw, G., & Richmond, A. S. (2022). Using visual displays to improve classroom thinking. Educational Research: Theory and Practice, 33(2), 80-102. http://www.nrmera.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/06-Schraw-Richmond_2022.pdf
- Too Much Focus on ‘Learning Loss’ Will Be a Historic Mistake (Edutopia)
- 6 things we’ve learned about how the pandemic disrupted learning (NPR)
- 055 Mental Health & Multilingual Literacy (Two Pint PLC)
- 052 Socio-emotional Screening & Teacher Expressions (Two Pint PLC)
- How—and Why—to Introduce Visual Note-Taking to Your Students (Edutopia)
We drink Graham Cracker Porter, a camping-inspired porter from Denver Beer Co. in Denver, CO.