Teaching Remotely With Video: Middle and High School
Theres a level of uncertainty that comes with a crisis. And in response, precautions are taken to ensure safety. For you, as an educator, that might mean school closures that lead to teaching remotely for the foreseeable future. This is probably completely out of your element. Youre used to teaching in a classroom, not through a webcam. (...)
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