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May 07, 2020

Math Instruction in the Age of the Coronavirus

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

May 06, 2020

Students Reflect on Their Distance Learning Experiences

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

May 05, 2020

What We've Learned From 30 Days of Distance Learning

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.

May 05, 2020

'My Online Learning Experience as a Student Is Not so Good'

High school students reveal what they like about remote learning, what they don't like, and whether they'd prefer online learning or getting their education in school.

May 04, 2020

Five Ways to Differentiate Instruction in an Online Environment

Examples from two educators include giving students the time to take physical breaks as well as pausing academic presentations to give students time to think.

May 03, 2020

Seven Ways to Support ELLs in Online Content Classes

I offer seven suggestions of how to help English-learners when doing remote teaching, including by providing graphic organizers and models.

May 02, 2020

Black Students Need Love Shown Through Action Right Now

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."

May 01, 2020

Six Weeks Into Remote Teaching & Still Learning ...

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.

April 30, 2020

Assessing the Needs of Black Students During the Coronavirus Crisis

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.

April 29, 2020

Teacher Reflections After a Month of Distance Learning

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.

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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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