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Lynbrook ACT program adapts to remote learning

Anusha Kothari

June 1, 2020

Baking dog biscuits at the district office, emptying recycling bins on campus and counting money for practice are just a few of the activities that Lynbrook Academic Community Transition (ACT) students could have been found doing before the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the shelter-in-place order, the...

Zoom intruders raise security concerns

Zoom-bombing is now a significant disruption to online learning.

Claire Chiu

May 27, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic causing disruptions to daily life across the U.S., schools have moved toward online learning. Zoom, a video conference website, quickly became an essential resource for holding online lectures and discussions. However, many "Zoom-bombings," which occur when people join Zo...

Teaching from home: a new reality for teachers

Despite the difficulties of teaching online, teachers now have more time to spend with their family.

Diana Kohr and Pranav Mishra

May 27, 2020

For centuries, the traditional classroom has remained virtually unchanged: desks and chairs, pens and notebooks, teachers and students. The onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, has radically changed this image, forcing teachers to rethink their strategies in order to adapt to online learning. At...

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