Are your students’ families feeling overwhelmed by the idea of distance learning? The TpT community is here to provide support and advice. Keep reading to find out how you can best work with parents and families when learning must happen outside of the classroom.
TpT has always been the go-to place for educators to share tips, guidance, and resources. Which is why we’ve launched a Distance Learning Hub where our community can go to access the latest resources, and strategies from our Teacher-Author community.
We gathered insights from special education experts in the TpT community on what steps educators can take and what materials they can use to help students and families adapt to learning at home.
Elementary ELA teachers, are you looking for ways to keep your students accountable as they complete reading and writing assignments at home? Here are some ideas from teacher-experts on how you can do just that.
“When a woman accomplishes something amazing in STEM, I make sure my students hear about it,” says veteran STEM specialist Sarah from Curiosity and the Hungry Mind. Check out more of her ideas for how to nurture girls’ interest in STEM.