Big and weird ideas schools around the world are considering to get pupils back in class

POSTED: August 6, 2020Category: ArticlesBY: AISA P9

There’s a delicate balance to be struck in opening up schools during the pandemic: the economies cannot recover with daycares and schools closed. And experts say that key aspects of in-person instruction can’t be replaced with virtual learning.

But reopening also must be safe for teachers, students, and families.

Here are some big – and weird – ideas at the forefront of schools reopening around the world, from frequent testing to pod-style classrooms to outdoor instruction.

Click here to read the full article on the Business Insider website.

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