How to Give Assignments | Part 1

Posted by Alex Hopkins on April 02, 2020

WHAT SHOULD BE THE EXPECTATION?

As more schools close due to the unforeseen impact of the coronavirus, districts are coming up with unique ways to keep the learning going. Educators are being tasked with teaching students at a distance while also creating inventive assignments to keep their classes on track and complete this academic year.  

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Topics: COVID-19, distance learning, "remote learning"

How Teachers Can Help in COVID-19

Posted by David Alviar on March 30, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis is changing the country as we know it. With cancellations of well-established events like the Olympics, school districts closing, distance learning becoming the only option for education, and economic turmoil looming, there is no shortage of stress.

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Topics: COVID-19, distance learning, virtual teaching

5 Ways to Boost Student Engagement while Teaching Remotely

Posted by Lindsey Sönmez on March 30, 2020

Distance learning brings with it many adjustments, from settling into an at-home work environment and keeping kiddos occupied to managing assignments and establishing structure throughout the day. But with time, you and your students will get into a groove where your new, virtual form of instruction becomes (at least somewhat) the norm. Then comes another challenge: how do you keep students engaged from afar?

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Topics: COVID-19, distance learning, student engagement

Math Chats, Going Beyond the Answer

Posted by John Vogel on March 27, 2020

BRIDGING THE STUDENT GAP BETWEEN THE PROBLEM AND THE SOLUTION 

As teachers, it is easy for us to get caught up in the solution to a math problem and focus simply on that. But for our students, there needs to be more to it than that.

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Topics: math, math chats

Structure and Resources for Distance Learning

Posted by Clare Agostinelli on March 20, 2020

We realize these days look different from our normal routine, especially for students who are used to following a structured schedule within a classroom. While as parents and teachers, we may not be able to exactly replicate a classroom structure and schedule at home (and that’s OK), we can provide a sense of normalcy for our kids, and keep them learning through the days ahead. To make remote learning easier, we’ve provided five activities and scheduling resources that support learning from home. 

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Topics: science, teaching online, distance learning, "STEM", "parents", "remote learning"