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10 Sep: Remote Learning: Cameras On or Off?

by Dr. Will Henson As many districts have started off the year with remote instruction, we’ve been asked: Should students be required to have cameras on for distance learning? This is a complicated subject with many factors. This topic brings into questions of student engagement, as well as privacy issues. Many things can be true at the same time. For instance it can be true that students may encounter zoom fatigue, and or social anxiety, by looking at cameras all day. And this is a real problem that we are going to have to deal with if this remote learning continues for a lengthy amount of time. But it is also true that students who turn off their cameras are…

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15 Jul: New Content in Our Training Series!

321 Insight is committed to helping districts navigate the unprecedented levels of dysregulation (students and staff) that we will face upon the return to school this Fall 2020. Whether your district is re-opening buildings, starting off with only distance learning, or a hybrid approach, staff will need to gear mindsets toward understanding stress and regulation in themselves and others. It will be critical that they develop action steps to support trauma informed practices, in both distance learning and return to brick and mortar schools. In an effort to meet the needs of our clients for the upcoming school year, 321 Insight is excited to present new videos intended to offer training and support for staff in several key areas. In…