How data can solve problems to support the growth of hybrid learning
It’s a harsh reality—teachers are quitting their field at a rapid rate, and the pandemic isn’t all that’s to blame.
By nature, teaching is all about relationships—understanding students’ needs, fostering their passions, and figuring out what makes them tick. And over the last two years, these relationships have been not only tested but in the worst circumstances, they have been completely lost.
Of course, we’re aware thathybrid learningtook its toll on students, but it also negatively affected teachers. Between health concerns, evolving curriculums and learning environments and demanding regulations, teachers’ levels of stress and burnout have increased dramatically throughout these unusual pandemic times, raising concerns about a potential increase in teacher turnover and future teacher shortages.