As educators, we are living in unprecedented times. The closing of schools throughout the United States has forced us, ready or not, to alternative ways of teaching and learning. We are now in the midst of an experiment that was unimaginable at the end of February. As trying as these times are, we have an opportunity to gain great insights into the complexities of remote delivery of instruction. Take a few moments to share what you are experiencing about teaching and learning during this time.
Teaching in the COVID Era–Posts from the End of the 2019-2020 School Year
ByNexus April 2nd, 2020 Scholar-Practitioner
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