Distance Learning In Action

We are so proud of how the Brownell Talbot community has adapted to distance learning. Follow this page to hear from members of the community and learn more about our successes!

How Are You Feeling

Hello families, how are you? No really, how are you? Could you name the emotion most present for you right now? In this week’s all-staff meeting, each of us took a moment to notice, label, and plot the emotion most present for us. When we connect with students during class and individual meetings, we also take time to share our emotions. Here’s what we’ve noticed - our emotions are all over the place. And you know what? That’s okay.

  • Counseling
  • Distance Learning
Engaging Our Youngest Learners from a Distance

Brownell Talbot's Distance Learning Plan for our youngest students, those enrolled in our Early Years program for ages 3-5, are guided by our Lower School teachers, whose approach is holistically focused on giving students the opportunity to develop cognitive, physical, and social emotional skills.

  • Distance Learning
For Fear of Bringing it Home

Protecting Your Family While Protecting Others During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Originally published on Methodist Hospital's Best Care Today webpage. Author and infectious disease specialist Dr. Rudy Kotula is a Brownell Talbot parent and trustee. 

  • Distance Learning
  • Health and Safety
Reflection

As we conclude our first full week of distance learning and continue to adapt to our altered lifestyle, the Counseling Department asks you to press pause on life and new routines and allow time and space for reflection. 

  • Counseling
  • Distance Learning
Spend Time Creating a New Sense of Normalcy for Your Family

In a very short amount of time, our daily life has changed. During times of uncertainty, a sense of routine helps us feel like we have control. This is true for both students as well as parents. We recommend establishing a routine that fits your family but provides flexibility.

  • Counseling
  • Distance Learning