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  • Writer's pictureSonia Velasco

The evolution of teaching in 2021

Educators have scrambled to figure out how to create an impactful and engaging curriculum during COVID-19. With no previous data to gauge their efforts, the school system has been left to figure out the best course of action to keep kids from falling behind.

There’s been a delay in disbursement of the $13.5 billion that was passed in Congress this past March. With a lack of funds, schools are trying to manage what teaching is going to look like going forth. Educational institutes have to embrace the changes that are coming and even get ahead by pioneering and incorporating ultra-modern ideas.

Consider adding high-quality age-appropriate video curriculum with supporting material for parents based on the child’s age. Children are more engaged by videos than text-based content, especially when they’re younger. Video content allows students to digest and understand the material far better than reading it. FACT.

There are exciting new advancements on the horizon. VR education is a new avenue that will come to schools in the future, when prices become feasible and the right material is created for each age group. Students will be more interested in learning history if they can experience it through VR and storytellers than trying to imagine it by reading a textbook.

Leadership should start researching and welcoming unorthodox teaching options as future options to engage young minds.



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