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Two Podcasts Supporting Teachers During the Coronavirus

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As regular readers know, 10-minute podcasts usually accompany each series of posts appearing on this blog.  You can see them all 200 of them here or here.

The school closure crisis has hit us all fast and furiously, and, as a result, production of the podcasts has been slightly delayed.

Below, you'll see two podcasts connect to both past and future posts.

I'm adding this post to All Classroom Q&A Posts on the Coronavirus Crisis.

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