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Do You Want to Write About Your Experience Teaching Online After School Closures?

As I wrote in my previous post, I plan to continue publishing responses to questions we have all faced—and will face in the future—in our "regular" teaching environments.

Of course, however, few of us are in our "regular" teaching environments right now.

Many of us are trying to get our arms around our new online teaching situations.

I'd like to invite educators to contribute short and practical commentaries about what is working—and not working—for them and their students and will periodically publish collections of them.

If you're interested, please send me an email atĀ [email protected] letting me know a little bit of your situation, and I'll write back with details.

Good luck to us all!

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