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Book details
  • SubGenre:Computers & Technology
  • Language:English
  • Pages:156
  • eBook ISBN:9781098331023
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098331016

Online School During Covid-19

by Tracy Cowles

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How "Online" school works, how it differs from homeschooling, how "professional online schools" differ from local school district offerings, seventy things to like about online school, twenty concerns.
A parent who did Online School with her child for three years shares seventy positives and twenty potential concerns about online education. Basic guidelines regarding researching schools and what to look for are included. A comparison is made between Professional Online Schools, local school district online offerings, brick and mortar (traditional school) and home schooling. This book is a must for parents and caregivers trying to navigate the ever-changing educational scene during Covid.
About the author
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY Tracy Cowles has a Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Over the course of her career, she has worked as a Speech Pathologist for long-term care homes, Visiting Nurse Agencies, and hospitals. She switched to pediatrics in 2005, and opened her own Pediatric Therapy company. Next Step Therapy, Inc. in Pennsylvania has been one of the largest privately owned for-profit pediatric therapy companies in NW Pennsylvania for many years. Ms. Cowles has taught undergraduate classes at Clarion University of PA, and is a published blog Author on explore.venango.com and explore.clarion.com. Ms. Cowles has two sons, the eldest attending college to get his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and the youngest a high school Senior stage and music kid. In addition to the two kids, she has three dogs, two cats, four acres, 18,000 square feet of real estate, thirty-eight employees, and a side business selling makeup; all of which leads to her love of Crown Royal, Las Vegas, and islands.

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