Educators share their thoughts and ideas about what worked for them in the spring, what they’re doing this fall, what worries them, what heartens them and what helps them.
We know that this post can’t begin to address all the issues. Some teachers in the United States are going back in person, others will be working with a hybrid model, and some still don’t know for sure. And though these tips focus on engaging middle and high school students online, most educators we know are chiefly worried about those students who don’t have reliable internet at all.
That’s why this is just a starting point.
Read the New York Times article here.
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