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

As regular readers know, I did a popular video with Education Week on "7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning' two weeks ago (I've also embedded it at the bottom of this blog post).

Lindsay Kuhl created a great infographic illustrating those seven key points, and I shared it a few days ago at Infographic: '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning.'

Now, educator Xatli Stox has translated Lindsay's infographic into Spanish.  I was unwilling to subject viewers to my atrocious Spanish accent on the video so, instead, we provided Spanish subtitles (I've embedded it at the bottom of this post).  This infographic would be a great companion for Spanish-speakers.  You can download a PDF version here.

I'll be adding it to All Classroom Q&A Posts on the Coronavirus Crisis.

Xatli Stox is an ESL/Title III consultant at the N.C. department of public instruction. She deeply believes in teacher advocacy. She is the founder of the NC English Learner (EL) Teacher Network #Together4ELs; a space for ESL/ELL teachers to collaborate, interact, and reflect on EL education.

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And here's the video:

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