I've been so overwhelmed with all of the tech options, but I realized that less is more. It's better to master the few things that work for me!
I'm so busy juggling parenting and online teaching that I don't have time to be physically active. what can I do daily that is short and sweet?
Do you feel like your students have what they need at home to be successful with virtual learning?
Are you partnered with another grade level teacher for designing virtual learning content, or are you expected to do it by yourself?
Is your school using letter grading (A,B,C,D,E) or mastery grading (exceeding expectations, on target, etc.)?
Our district actually provided some super helpful trianing on social justice/anti-racist education this year. How has your district been doing with this?
This is great and helpful! Links to all kinds of teacher discounts especially for those remote. more
Do you feel like you are sharing more or less about your personal life with students teaching virtually?
Help! I have a sudent whose parents' behavior is rude, distracting and inappropriate. How do I address this?
I've been hearing about teachers and schools in the area becoming victims of cyberattacks. Are they happening at your school? How is your school responding?
I'm finding that it's even easier for kids to slip through the cracks and fall behind with remote learning. Although it takes time, I'm finding that making that phone call just to check in…
Do you feel like your school's pre-service training and PD has prepared you for the realities of teaching in 2020?
Is anyone giving students materials aside from technology for virtual learning? (books, art supplies, paper, etc.)
I found out at the same time as parents that our district would switch to virtual learning. Does anyone else ever feel in the dark about district decision making?