The Virtual Learning DownloadNov 08, 2020
Building Independence & Resiliency
In the midst of online and hybrid learning, how can we leverage this time to build independence and resiliency both at home and online?
Organizing Your Virtual Learning Life
Information is coming at us from multiple directions. Sometimes more is better, but at other times seem like information overload. Today’s conversation is focuses on managing all of the communications in our lives.
Guests Darla DeMorrow from HeartWork Organizing (https://HeartWorkOrg.com), parent Margaret Tobin, and Radnor communications director Michael Petitti join us to share thoughts on how we can best process all of the information that comes our way.
Considering Screen Time in Virtual Learning
This episode reflects on screen time in virtual learning. How do we balance the necessary screen time during virtual learning, especially during a pandemic, with high-quality off-screen activities? Guests Jennifer Ehehalt from Common Sense Media and parent Leslie Selbeck join us for this conversation.
- Common Sense Media
- CSM Family Media Agreements
- Wide Open School
- NAEYC Position Statement: Technology and Young Children
The Connected Home
This episode discusses managing multiple connected devices in our homes all competing for internet access. Guests Darla DeMorrow and Kate Hoffman help us explore self-guided troubleshooting and strategies to improve access at home.
Darla DeMorrow is a Certified Professional Organizer and owner of HeartWork Organizing based in Wayne (https://HeartWorkOrg.com).