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Visualization of 'Tips for Remote Teaching With ELL Students'

As regular readers know, three educators have worked to create several English- and Spanish-language visualizations and infographics of the key points I've made in various videos.

Thanks to Wendi Pillars, Xatli Stox, and Lindsay Kuhl for their amazing work, which can be found at these previous posts:

Infographic: '7 Tips for Remote Teaching'

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

Visualization of '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

Infographic: '7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning'

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

Now, Wendi has made yet another amazing visualization—this time of the key points made in my recent video, 'Tips for Remote Teaching With ELL Students.'  I've embedded the video below it.

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:

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And here's the video:

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