Keeping students engaged while teaching remotely is no easy feat. It’s time to get creative. Try these tips to reach every student while teaching from home.
Many parents and caregivers are at a disadvantage during distance learning due to language barriers, work schedules, and other hurdles. To make sure you’ve got all the tools you need to ensure equity in caregiver communications, we gathered the most important tips from our Teacher-Authors and the TpT community. Here’s how they’re staying in touch with every family.
Celebrating wins and encouraging growth are critical in making students feel like you’ve got their backs. These tips from expert Teacher-Authors will help you do just that, even if you’re not physically in the same space.
How can teachers help students feel safe, secure, and supported in their classroom community, even when the world beyond seems overwhelming? We asked our Teacher-Author experts to share their techniques for building a safe, positive classroom community during the uncertain 2020-21 school year.
Communicating with parents will be vital this year. So we asked our Teacher-Author experts around the country to help us make a checklist of the best communication tools and tactics for partnering with parents and caregivers for distance learning.