Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #schoolsreopening

Most recents (9)

This is Canada's first all program express entry draw since the COVID-19covid-19 pandemic. Due to travel restrictions, Canada focused on provincial nominee programs and Canadian experience class candidates...... With the gradual lifting of restrictions, Image
the general express entry draw from the federal skilled worker pool was done. Candidates with at least a minimum score of 478 was selected for express entry. This draw reveals that Canada remains committed to bringing in 1 million new immigrants within the next 3 years.
The stakes are raised higher, get expert advise to submit a competitive application... Talk to us today to start your Canadian skilled immigration process. #schoolsreopening #funkeakindele #CanadaDay2020 @threadreaderapp unroll
Read 3 tweets
Thinking about Canada? here are some reasons why you should consider it Image
1.You Get Quality Education From World-Class Institutions
Universities from Canada have a long history and reputation in terms of academic performance and high graduate employability rate. Image
In fact, many of the Canadian higher educational institutions compete with leading and famous universities from the U.S. and the UK for instance.. Some of the top-ranked Canadian universities are:
Read 18 tweets
A public high-school teacher’s thoughts about school opening in the fall: #schoolsreopening @Lily_NEA

There is so much we don’t yet know about Covid-19. Our understanding of how it spreads and how best to treat it has evolved in the five months since it first appeared in the US
Like most educators, I chose to become a teacher because I believe that education is a vital part of children’s development. Through school, children learn how to read, write, calculate, hypothesize, create, and socialize.
Without education, many doors in a child’s future remain locked. Because of this, I have devoted my career to helping students unlock these doors in their lives.
Read 23 tweets
A thread follows on #schoolsreopening and #blendedlearning. Thought a lot about this over the weekend, and taken soundings from parents with all political beliefs and from both constitutional backgrounds. Important to try as much as possible to contextualise my personal views ...
as a parent at a very difficult time, and offer a reasonable and objective viewpoint. But my conclusion is that what is going to happen in schools over the next year is an avoidable public policy calamity with enduring consequences for all children, particularly the poorest.
I should say at the outset, as I have in a number of articles including this one 👇🏻, that ministers are doing an unimaginable job in unimaginable circumstances. It’s much easier for someone like me to opine than it is for them to do. heraldscotland.com/news/18512814.…
Read 25 tweets
My stance and thread on June 1st #schoolsreopening just so the #dfe don't bully you with blind Science... I think the way #DominicCummnings was treated totally different to anyone else sums up the real lack of trust from the #government from Parents and teachers alike. 1/3
We wanted to start with Y6 on June 1st in bubbles BUT only 9/46 wanted the kids to return. Sadly this is not possible now as only 50% of the #PPE order has arrived. Im not opening my school (other than #Keyworkers / #vulnerables) until I can guarantee staff and children's safety
I am not willing to have the #DFE blood on my hands. The disaster in the #carehomes and with #edenred shows their decisions are pretty 'rubbish'. Thus following the RA, Y6 return June 15th ... Y1 June 29th (if things go well) and Rec July 13th. I have full Gov backing and....
Read 4 tweets
For the last few days, along with others, I've been concerned & tweeting about not only the physical health consequences of #schoolsreopening but also the psychological & emotional impact of social distancing in primary schools.

And now this 👇 1/

unherd.com/2020/05/lockdo…
We're days into a row that started when @OwenJones84 dared to suggest that folk lucky enough to have cleaners might pay them to stay at home during #Covid_19 This most recent piece by @sarahditum asks for kindness & I write this thread with that plea in mind. 2/
I've been researching & writing about nonmothers & mothers (non/fathrrs too) for 30+ years. As an involuntarily childless woman I understand the loss of nonmotherhood. As a nursery nurse for 8 yrs & a step parent of 2 teenage boys/young men for 15 yrs I have done childcare. 3/
Read 16 tweets
Can’t believe I’m going to have to do a #schoolsreopening thread
well as the testing thread, but here we go.
nytimes.com/2020/05/05/hea…
How will they #controlthevirus in the playground, toilets, every surface they touch 100’s of times a day? Desks, books, tablets, doors, door knobs, chairs, crayons, hand rails, toys...Controlling this will be more traumatising for them than staying safely at home. And impossible.
Two cases of coronavirus confirmed at Derby primary school
derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-new…
Read 32 tweets
Given the number of unknowns about school in the fall, I believe all school leaders need to be setting up focused teams to address the following 6 areas. 1/7 #education #edtech #onlinelearning #remotelearning
Team #1: Develop summer professional development program so all faculty are fully capable of teaching curriculum in-person, online, or in a hybrid/HyFlex model. insidehighered.com/blogs/learning… 2/7
Team #2: Ensure that your campus or school building meets new health and hygiene standards. 3/7
Read 8 tweets
Lib Dem education spokesperson @LaylaMoran will shortly ask an urgent question in the House of Commons about plans to reopen schools. Follow for live tweets

#urgentquestion #schools
@LaylaMoran .@GavinWilliamson says he wanted to make a statement this week but couldn't because of restrictions, so he's "grateful for the opportunity to answer questions today"

#urgentquestion #schoolsreopening
@LaylaMoran @GavinWilliamson Williamson repeats what the PM said on Sunday. Govt wants primary schools to welcome back reception, year 1 and year 6 children "in smaller class sizes" from June 1, with secondary schools asked to provide face to face support to years 10 and 12 #urgentquestion #schoolsreopening
Read 31 tweets

Related hashtags

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!


This site is made by just two indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3.00/month or $30.00/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!