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April 22, 2020

Six Ways to Teach Poetry

Five teachers share strategies for teaching poetry, including by using a "Poem of the Week" to promote social justice and by using photos to prompt student engagement.

April 22, 2020

Video: 'Tips for Remote Teaching With ELL Students'

Larry Ferlazzo continues with his video series offering advice on dealing with the school closure crisis. In this one, he provides suggestions to teachers of English-language learners, including developing a student-driven curriculum and creating opportunities for one-to-one conversations.

April 21, 2020

Six Ways Educators Can Support LGBTQ Students During COVID-19

During the best of times, LGBTQ students often have a tough time navigating safely through the negative actions thrown their way. Two educators explain how teachers can help these students remotely.

April 21, 2020

Reading & Writing Instruction in the Age of the Coronavirus

Keep it simple, keep it flexible, and keep the routine familiar are among the suggestions three educators give in assigning students work while distance learning.

April 20, 2020

Spanish-Language Infographic: '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

Educator Xatli Stox translates Lindsay Kuhl's infographic on helping parents support distance learning into Spanish.

April 20, 2020

All Classroom Q&A Posts on the Coronavirus Crisis

You can find links here to all Classroom Q&A posts related to supporting teachers, students, and parents during the school closure crisis.

April 19, 2020

Visualization of '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

Teacher Wendi Pillars shares a visual illustration of the points made in Larry Ferlazzo's video, "7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning.'

April 18, 2020

Writing a Book Is a 'Teacher's Version of Climbing Mount Everest'

Six teacher-authors discuss what they learned over the past year and a half as they wrote books that are set to be published in the coming weeks.

April 17, 2020

Infographic: '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

Teacher Lindsay Kuhl shares a visual illustration of the points made in Larry Ferlazzo's video, "7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning."

April 16, 2020

Ways to Handle Student Absences in Remote Teaching & When We're Back in School

Four educators share advice on dealing with student absences. These include trying to find out the real reasons behind the lack of attendance and building positive teacher/student relationships.

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