For virtual schooling to be successful, educators can try to give students a break from their screens

Skipping the screen: A virtual lesson from Hong Kong


For virtual learning to be successful, educators can try to give students a break from their screens

Hong Kong has been conducting remote schooling for nearly 12 weeks. In that time Hong Kong International School (HKIS) has delivered over 200 hours of daily lessons online, across all subjects, from language arts to culinary arts, PE to science, religion to Chinese.

But a couple of Wednesdays a month, middle school students at HKIS push aside their laptops and turn off their tablets. These are Wellbeing Wednesdays, which means no
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