I am a teacher and a parent of a first grader. Today I'm sharing my perspective about online learning using what I see as a work-from-home parent and as an educator.
This has got to be the craziest teaching year I've ever had and I'm sure it is for you as well.
I'm hoping some of my observations can help shed a little light on the frustrations we feel as teachers seeing how little it seems our students and some families are putting into education during this time.
In this episode, we talk about...
- Student Independence Levels
- Asynchronous assignment directions
- Digital versus paper activities
- Classroom community
- Bonus tip for non techie parents
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