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Zoom Tips for Teachers
Whether you are distance learning full-time or using a hybrid approach, chances are you’ll be Zooming! Zoom has been used for class meetings and staff
How to Assess Students Online
After distance learning, you may be wondering how you’ll know where your learners are at when it comes to meeting standards. There may be a
E-Learning Tips to Make the Best of Distance Learning
It’s been a crazy few months as teachers have transitioned from in school learning to e-learning. Most of us had never experienced anything like this
Helping Parents with Online Learning
When teachers suddenly went online this year, we weren’t the only ones thrown a learning curve. Our students and parents also had to learn about
How to Foster Online Student Engagement
You may be teaching online this summer or into the fall. During the last few months of school, you probably noticed that it’s harder to
How to Support Students without Internet Access at Home
During this time of distance learning, we have all had to come up with creative ideas to reach our students online. You’ve held Zoom meetings or Google Meets to
How to Establish Relationships with Students Online
Many of us have spent the last weeks in remote or virtual learning classrooms. Those strong relationships you established in the classroom don’t stay strong
Seesaw 101 for Teachers
What a whirlwind the last month has been! Who could have guessed that a temporary closure of schools would turn into school at home for
STEAM Challenges with Household Objects
Although school buildings are closed, our students are still learning! Even though that means our regular in-class activities are gone this year, you can still
Google Classroom for Total Newbies
School closures are happening across the country, and most of us were thrown into online teaching without a lot of time to figure out what
Resources for When Your Students Aren’t at School
The most recent events have caused the majority of the school districts in the United States to close, providing teachers with last-minute notice and students
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