Eight educators discuss two topics related to distance learning. In one, four reflect on lessons learned over the last few weeks, and, in the other, four discuss how to still encourage students to read during this crisis.


The upcoming question-of-the-week is: What activities or lessons are you doing with students to end this crazy year?


Four science educators share their experiences adapting to online instruction, including through collaborative learning and the use of online labs.


Four teachers offer remote teaching tips for math instruction, including recognizing that nothing they do is going to be anywhere near "perfect."


Four math educators offer advice about remote instruction, including providing more specific targets and cultivating home connections.


Two math educators discuss how they are communicating student performance during the school closure crisis, as well as how they are taking care of themselves.


Four students—from California, Minnesota, and France—discuss their varying experiences with online learning, including their pros and cons.


Two math educators share how they design their remote teaching math lessons and what they typically look like in practice.


Six students, from the ages of 7 to 17, share their thoughts about online learning—both the good and the bad.


Five educators write about the lessons they have learned after a month of distance learning, among them, a renewed emphasis on the importance of relationships and connections.


The opinions expressed in Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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