Parents are a vital part of the school community, but many are feeling overwhelmed and even isolated due to distance learning and hybrid models. We came up with some easy strategies teachers can start practicing to help bridge the gaps in communication with parents and inspire a sense of community to support student success.
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Building Community for Students: Leveraging Technology to Engage and Motivate During Remote Learning
Learning can sometimes be a lonely endeavor when done virtually—and that can make staying on task exceptionally challenging for some students. COVID-19 restrictions, distance learning, and hybrid education models have learners more separated from each other than ever before. That’s why fostering a stronger connection and a sense of community
Teachers are, by profession, a supportive community. They rely on one another for encouragement and collaboration, as well as guidance for personal and professional growth. But with most schools in the United States adopting distance learning or hybrid learning models for the duration of the 2020-21 school year, the sense
Distance learning can be especially challenging for younger students, as they rely on a significant amount of in-person teaching time to master skills such as reading and writing—not to mention their development of socialization skills. Fortunately, there are some effective digital resources available to Educators that can aid students in