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Visualization of '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

As regular readers know, I did a popular video with Education Week on "7 Tips for Parents Supprting 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.

Wendi Pillars, who is a contributor to this column, created an amazing illustration of the seven key points in another video I did with Ed Week called "7 Tips for Remote Teaching".  Calling it an infographic is certainly an understatement.  She made one for this newer video, also, and it is being published here with her permission.

Wendi Pillars, NBCT, has incorporated visual notes into her teaching for more than two decades and believes deeply in fostering creative thinking in her students. @wendi322:


And here's the video:

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