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Read about current challenges in education and assessment, and see how NHLI has successfully supported states, districts and schools in rethinking assessments and learning systems to help students prepare better for college, career and life.

/ March 26, 2020

Take Time for Wellness – Even in Remote Learning

Many classrooms around New Hampshire have, in recent years, incorporated wellness activities into their daily routine for both elementary students and for teens. Teachers have seen the benefits of starting the class with a minute or two of relaxation or breaking up an intense lesson with a physical stretch or short yoga break. In fact, wellness breaks throughout the day are invaluable for a growing, elastic brain and actually increase learning capacity.

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/ March 26, 2020

Thinking About Remote Learning for Career Technical Education (CTE)

I recently received an email from a CTE teacher asking: “I teach Auto and Small engine classes which are hands on classes, any ideas?”

My first thought was how important it is to stay connected with your students.

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/ March 16, 2020

Remote Learning Resources

Over the past 24 hours NHLI and Motivis have put together a website to be able to share resources and to communicate guidance regarding virtual instruction to students. — https://motivis.org

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