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Three Podcasts Supporting Teachers During the Coronavirus


As regular readers know, 10-minute podcasts usually accompany each series of posts appearing on this blog.

The school closure crisis has hit us all fast and furiously, and, as a result, production of the podcasts has been slightly delayed.

Below, you'll first see two podcasts designed to accompany my 11-part series on supporting students during the school closure crisis.

Then, below the first two, is a show that will accompany next week's series on student absenteeism.  This show, and the series, also highlight strategies for maximizing student engagement in remote learning.  I thought that, even though those posts wouldn't be ready to publish until next week, that readers might find it helpful to listen to the show sooner rather than later.


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