The beginning of every academic year is the time educators unwrap their preferred curriculum getting ready for the new school year. For tutors those well experienced subjectively, it will be yet another year within a very comfortable zone. But in the recent past, NEA has been all about public education. It also seems to be the preferred trend, making the experience in school as well as in-classroom, not anything similar to earlier times.
Trends of Education in the Upcoming School Year
- Handling Traumatic Experience Education
Past year experienced a lot on trauma-based education, and it would be the same the following academic year as well. The assembly members of the National Education Association dedicate themselves to continuing to educate educators regarding the ill-effects of what trauma would cause on students and also conduct strategic learning to develop the ability to help oneself during a situation. This program also allows tutors to develop one’s professional capabilities. Every teacher must realize that each one of them can make a difference in the life of a student. A good example is individual schools set up a “calming corner” in every class where a student who is overly stressed or has a traumatic experience will be able to help oneself in satisfying their needs emotionally. This method is one form of handling the traumatic experience.
- Students Living the World of Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality is a subject that has hit the world since The Matrix times, but unfortunately, it hasn’t become so popular as yet. Though more than 70% of kids between the ages of 8 to 15 do show signs of interest in the virtual reality, there is only 20% who have accepted and invested in the VR as per the research conducted by Common Sense. The level of curiosity in children has paved the way for many educators to spend on cost-efficient Google Cardboard VR headsets. These tools aid students to travel through time to many ancient periods and also experience the beauty of many places by sitting in one place.
Caring for Educators and Inspection of Charter Schools
Secondary trauma and a higher level of stress experienced by educators are similar to that of students. NEA has introduced a new support system to improve and enhance the post-trauma and mental health of tutors. The better mental health of tutors will also help positively benefit the students.
Charter Schools were formed by tutors to allow students to be more independent, free, and also aid them in being innovative. But giving away students to institutes privately chartered or managed jeopardized the student’s path to success making public education system undermined. Thus Inspection of charter schools is performed to support public education.