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Lessons Learned Upon Returning to School During COVID-19

Dr. Madeline Press
Saskatchewan Polytech

COVID-19 is having a huge impact on our lives. Many people fear for themselves as well as for family members who may be vulnerable to the virus. Teachers and parents also fear for the students they work with – a fear for them attending school, but also a fear if they do not attend school….

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Strengthening Schools to Support the Needs of Refugee Students

Kirsten Cavanaugh

Strong relationships between families and schools must take place to support our learners. Never have these co-operative relations been as important as they are during Covid, when our students were expected to attend to learning with the help of their parents. As a country and province we have seen an increasing number of refugee families…

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Reducing Student Stress During COVID-19

Brent Keen
Angela Csiki

The objective of our study is to pursue strategies to reduce students’ stress about returning to school during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will pursue three strategies and measure their success. The first strategy is to have students will spend part of their school day outdoors. The purposes are twofold, to reduce the possibility of transmitting…

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K-12 Saskatchewan Distance Education: Digging Deeper Into 21st Century Learning During a Pandemic

Kelsey Shields

Distance education has the ability to enhance Kindergarten-Grade 12 (K-12) education in Saskatchewan by reducing the barriers and challenges currently presented in public education, especially during the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) global pandemic. Within this case study, a website analysis of various school divisions will contribute to the development of a framework for K-12 distance…

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