Eric Stinton

Eric Stinton is a writer and teacher from Kailua, where he lives with his wife and dogs. You can reach him on Twitter at @TombstoneStint and find his work at ericstinton.com.
Eric Stinton: Here’s Why We Should All Mourn The Loss Of SURFER Magazine Screenshot

Eric Stinton: Here’s Why We Should All Mourn The Loss Of SURFER Magazine

The magazine never shied away from tough subjects, and brought surfing culture to a much wider audience.

Eric Stinton: It’s Time For Some Kids To Start Learning In Person Again Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: It’s Time For Some Kids To Start Learning In Person Again

Bringing small groups of students back to classrooms now will help administrators prepare for a larger reopening.

Eric Stinton: COVID-19 Gives Us A Chance To Change How We Teach. Let’s Not Waste It Getty Images/iStockphoto

Eric Stinton: COVID-19 Gives Us A Chance To Change How We Teach. Let’s Not Waste It

Teachers need to be freed up from administrative tasks so they can spend more time actually teaching.

Eric Stinton: Making Sense Of Hawaii’s Lockdowns Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: Making Sense Of Hawaii’s Lockdowns

There are lessons to learn from the Spanish Flu a century ago and from other countries handling COVID-19 right now.

Eric Stinton: Getting The Hang Of Distance Learning Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: Getting The Hang Of Distance Learning

If the first week is any indication of how things can be moving forward, I think we – students and teachers – will be all right.

Eric Stinton: School Leaders Have Tough Decisions To Make. It’s Time To Quit Waffling Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: School Leaders Have Tough Decisions To Make. It’s Time To Quit Waffling

Playing wait and see on major decisions about the coming school year won’t help anyone.

 

 

Eric Stinton: These Social Media Accounts Are Sharing A Dangerous Message Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: These Social Media Accounts Are Sharing A Dangerous Message

As more people turn to social media for news, social media pages need to take more responsibility for the information they share.

Eric Stinton: Turning Your Home Into A Classroom Is Not A Bad Thing Bryan Berkowitz/Civil Beat

Eric Stinton: Turning Your Home Into A Classroom Is Not A Bad Thing

Distance learning makes it possible to bring learning home — literally. But schools need to be flexible with schedules and deadlines.

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