Some weeks ago, a friend shared this article with me on coping with the stress of huge seismic change. It is, I think, as relevant now as it was then, if not more so, because we are now moving into the stage of creating and accepting our new normal.
The author, Aisha S. Ahmad writes,
The answer to the question everyone is asking — “When will this be over?” — is simple and obvious, yet terribly hard to accept. The answer is never.
Her article is brilliant, if you have five minutes, do read on…
As colleges and universities have struggled to devise policies to respond to the quickly evolving situation, here are links to The Chronicle’s key coverage of how this worldwide health crisis is affecting campuses.
- Here’s a List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall
- 5 Takeaways From My Covid-19 Remote Teaching
- 3 Ideas to Reduce Educational Disparities Post-Pandemic
Global catastrophes change the world,