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The new coronavirus that began in China and spread to the United States has already caused school closings in Washington State. Though most cases are mild, it will likely continue to spread throughout the country and impact schools. Read the recent warnings from the CDC, what schools should be doing to prepare for a larger outbreak, and the symptoms to watch out for.
As families continue to stay at home in a nationwide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, many kids are eager to get out of the house. Fortunately, there are several activities kids can do outside while still practicing social distancing. And as a bonus, these outdoor learning activities are educational as well, which is especially important for those kids whose schools are no longer conducting classes.
For years, intelligence was narrowly defined to a singular type of intellect and standard intelligence tests tended to focus only on verbal and mathematical intelligence. But Howard Gardner, a professor of education at Harvard University, challenged that assumption when he developed his theory of multiple intelligences.