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Teacher Training: Summer Bootcamps and Workshops

If you’re a K-12 educator, it’s time to plan your summer professional development. Prepare for the upcoming academic year by signing up for our teacher training programs, available at no cost to Arizona teachers (and a nominal fee if you teach anywhere else) thanks to the Arizona Virtual Teacher Institute and the generous investment of the Arizona Department of Education, the Governor’s Office, Helios Education Foundation and Arizona State University. This is a great opportunity to hone your teaching skills through a series of courses designed in the new reality...
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Taking on In-Person Testing as a Virtual Community

When ASU Prep Digital, a virtual school, was faced with hosting an in-person testing season during the Covid-19 Pandemic, they were faced with many challenges and roadblocks. However, ASU Prep Digital took advantage of seeing students, families, and teachers face-to-face and made the very best of the situation. Students described...
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7 Effective Ways to Cope with Stress During a Pandemic

Stress is a natural part of life. We experience it when we’re feeling overwhelmed or dealing with unexpected obstacles. This is especially true when you’re navigating your teen years, trying to discover who you are and where you fit in the world. While stress can sometimes be beneficial in pushing...
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Why The Pandemic May Lead To Continuing Increases In Remote Learning

This was originally published on kjzz.org. Arizona students and their parents have gotten a crash course in remote learning over the past year or so. But even though schools across the state are open for in-person learning now, some families are choosing to stay online. And Julie Young says remote...
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ASU Prep Digital Middle Schoolers Walk for a Cause–Arizona Visionwalk

On April 24th, ASU Prep Digital middle schoolers involved in the National Junior Honor Society program participated in the 2021 Arizona Visionwalk. The 5k event inspires students to walk for a cause, banding together to show their commitment to the Foundation Fighting Blindness' mission: to find treatments and cures for...
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How to Help Your Student Make the Most of Summer

Summer is a time to recharge from the busy school year, but it can also be a great opportunity to sharpen your student’s skills while they have some spare time. Whether you have an early learner or college-bound student at home, here’s why you’ll want to consider enrolling your student...
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ASU counselors offer tips and coping mechanisms for managing mental health

By Marshall Terrill, Reporter, ASU News—Originally published April 10, 2020 on ASU News. COVID-19 outbreak and quarantine may be especially difficult for people who suffer from depression or anxiety Humans need interaction, but the COVID-19 pandemic is asking people to step away from each other at a crucial time. And...
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