Meeting students’ individual needs is as important as ever this year, and technology can help teachers do so effectively during blended or distance learning. In this post, find out how you can use digital tools and technology to support differentiation.
Social media can be a powerful tool for engaging students, but it’s also one that’s tricky to navigate for teachers. We asked the TpT community what teachers should consider before using social media in the classroom, and how they can do it successfully if it’s right for their classrooms.
With our new TpT Digital Activities, you can now digitally customize hundreds of thousands of PDF resources on TpT and assign them to students to complete on a device. Learning how to use them only takes five minutes. Here’s how.
If your school is going to be fully or partially remote this year, check out these digital teaching tips and tools that have worked for other educators who’ve gone digital.
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.