How will teachers build relationships and support systems with a new class during blended and distance learning in the 2020-21 school year? Our Teacher-Authors recommend creating safe spaces, involving parents, and more.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) and other trauma-informed teaching techniques will continue to be vital. We asked our Teacher-Author community how they will be using SEL and trauma-informed teaching in the 2020 school year.
The need for strong home-to-school communication is more important than ever — especially since in-person learning may not be an option for many schools this year. Here are some ways you can strengthen communications with both caregivers and students as you head into the new school year.
At TpT, we know that educators are changemakers. As we look ahead to the 2020-21 school year, here are five ways we anticipate educators will innovate and set this year apart from others.
With many stressful things happening in the world right now, students of all ages will need support to cope with how they’re feeling. Here are just a few recommendations from social-emotional learning experts to help you support your students’ emotional needs.