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Would You Like to Invite Your Students to Write About Their Online Learning Experiences?



I've just completed posting an 11-part series in which educators wrote about their transition to online learning.

Many more related resources are on the way, including a video, podcasts, and another series at the end of April in which teachers will write about their first month's online teaching experience.

I will also be publishing a series in early May where students will be sharing their thoughts on how that transition from the physical classroom to the virtual one has gone after the first month or so.

If you would like to invite your students to contribute, email me at [email protected] or contact me on Twitter at @Larryferlazzo and I'll share details.


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