What our students can learn from the 2020 tech overload

It’s easy to get frustrated about distance learning. Who doesn’t hate it?  Teachers are overwhelmed by balancing in-person and online instruction, modifying lessons, cramming content into less time and constantly being asked to learn new tools — and we also miss the genuine, fun interactions and a-ha moments that actually make our jobs enjoyable. Students…

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When it comes to new teaching tools, WHY is more important than HOW

Note to readers: Like every teacher I know, I am eager to get back in the classroom with students when it’s safe to do so. I deeply appreciate all of the educators nationwide who have protested the unreasonable expectations put on them and suffered the vitriol unleashed on them by those who don’t see COVID-19…

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