Everything changed for classroom teachers when the COVID-19 pandemic shut schools down in the spring of 2020. For perhaps the first time in their careers, teachers had to figure out how to do all of the things that good teachers do—structure meaningful learning experiences, differentiate instruction, assess mastery, provide feedback to students—remotely. Whether we like it or not, the odds are that most teachers will find themselves continuing to work in remote or hybrid learning environments this fall.
In this edWebinar, full-time classroom teacher William Ferriter offers three practical tips that teachers can use to make remote learning more meaningful for everyone—parents, teachers and students alike. PreK-12 teachers and school and district leaders will benefit from viewing this recorded edWebinar.