Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D., writes that Black students need to be shown love during the pandemic, and that love should be demonstrated through developing "a critical consciousness in teachers and administrators."
Four teachers—from 2nd grade to high school—discuss what they've learned over the past six weeks of remote teaching, including the need to provide less work and more support to their students.
Jamila Lyiscott, Ph.D., writes about the challenges facing Black students before and during the Coronavirus crisis and how schools must invite them to help identify their own needs.
Four educators offer their reflections after a month of distance learning, including the importance of showing grace to students and ourselves and reaching out to parents.
Four educators share lessons from six weeks of remote teaching, including the importance of communication and community and what they've changed in that time.
Educator Adeyemi Stembridge, Ph.D., shares strategies to bolster African American students during our present emergency, such as inviting them to share their stories and their art.
Teacher Wendi Pillars shares a visual illustration of the points made in Larry Ferlazzo's video, "Tips for Remote Teaching With ELL Students."
Teacher David Sherrin discusses ideas on how to motivate students in distance teaching and learning and shares some online resources he has created for his classes.
Educators Wendi Pillars and Xatli Stox collaborate to create a Spanish-language version of Wendi's original visualization of "7 Tips For Parents Supporting Remote Learning."
Two educators describe how schools can directly respond to the needs of African American students during the COVID-19 crisis, including by regularly contacting their homes and developing a student-centered curriculum.