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General Distance Learning Resources

CynthiaA
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This year, more than any other year, consider making an effort to unplug yourself and your family. With online learning, remote working, and virtual meetings with family and friends, make unplugging a priority while also protecting people in your communit... read more
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CynthiaA
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In the process of researching and writing this article, I read The Atlantic’s article by Ibram X. Kendi, titled “The American Nightmare.” From 1896, the same year the Supreme Court decision, Plessy v Ferguson, legalized segregation, Kendi discusses a raci... read more
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CynthiaA
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In these unprecedented times that we are all enduring right now, I find our family is pulling out all the stops to keep life moving in a healthy and helpful direction. Most days in our house, a flurry of activity surrounds work for both adults and schooli... read more
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CynthiaA
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Teachers, do you remember the lesson plan overview you created in your teacher credential and/or masters’ program classes?! If you’re like me, you thought to yourself at the time, “I’ll never use this overview with my students in my classroom.” Like most ... read more
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CynthiaA
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In this article, 10 Top Tips to Use Zoom Safely, Betanews shares their 10 top tips to help you use Zoom safely for your video conferencing needs during distance learning. Zoom's privacy and security issues have caused concern for many people. Betanews is ... read more
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CynthiaA
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As a mom, trained educator, and a fulltime employee with two teenagers, I’ve watched them struggle, offered help, and listened a lot about the challenges in adapting to distance learning. This week one of my teenagers felt overwhelmed and struggled to jus... read more
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CynthiaA
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Use the following lists to ask for your child’s help around the house. Older kids can do items on the lists for younger kids or they can help teach anything in those lists to younger kids. Beyond these lists, use Pinterest, Google, and/or other resources ... read more
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jamiem7
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As you and parents know, students struggle to ask for help through email. Prior to COVID-19, parents primarily emailed teachers when they felt their students needed additional help or support. But now, students need the skills to be able to reach out to t... read more
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