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What must be done?
The DePaul University College of Education has a long history of partnering with K-12 schools and community organizations throughout the Chicagoland area. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and the current socio-political turmoil, our faculty, staff, and students are answering the Vincentian question of “What must be done” by sharing their expertise in teaching and learning remotely, school leadership, and counseling individuals through times of difficulty.
A collection of online resources that our faculty have amassed to aid our educational partners across the country as they shift their teaching online.
The transition to online learning is a challenge for teachers and their students. We've put together some tips to aid you to be the best virtual student.
The socio-political climate is no doubt stirring up some difficult conversations in classrooms across the country and the world.
We also know that many of our students are struggling with food and housing insecurity, the loss of a job and the mental health ramifications of the isolation of this pandemic. We've assembled resources to assist.
If you are experiencing financial hardship due to the pandemic, here are a list of places to find help for food or housing insecurity.
This outbreak may be stressful for people, even those who normally handle stress well. The Counseling Program and the ECC are here to help.
Finally, be sure to stay up-to-date with all of the announcements and resources being shared by the College of Education by reading your COE Advising Weekly email. If you missed a week, you can find all of the information