I’ve decided to revive one of my old blog series under a new title. I consume ridiculous amounts of the Internet each week, and The Sunday Six will curate six articles that I think are worth sharing from my reading over the past week.
Antero Garcia argues that we need to stop focusing on the tools of teaching remotely and start focusing on the “actual substance of what’s at the core of a classroom”.
If your district is mandating education that’s bad for kids (and teachers), Alex Shevrin Venet offers Some Thoughts on Pushing Back and Speaking Up (including helpful language you can use to share your concerns.)
Sara Tramp shares a list of 11 Unique Ways to Stay Connected While Apart. Some of these you’ve thought of, but I bet at least a couple will be new.
Will Oremus has a thought-provoking theory that makes a lot of sense about What Everyone’s Getting Wrong about the Toilet Paper Shortage.
Ibram Kendi explains why it’s so essential that we track the racial data of how the coronavirus is impacting people of color.
Finally, a Twitter thread that’s making me really happy is the Getty Museum’s challenge to recreate a work of art using the people and objects you have at home. Definitely worth falling down the Internet rabbit hole for this one.