Teaching during this pandemic has been an incredible challenge. The unfamiliarity and isolation of our situation has often made me feel like a first-year teacher. Over the past few months, my colleague Larisa Bukalov and I discovered many ways to improve our remote instruction. At the same time, we’ve also discovered limitations to our work that can best be addressed with help from school districts and educational policymakers. In an article we wrote for Education Week, we describe four aspects of remote learning where we have made progress but need additional support to make it more successful – guidance, consistency, compassion, and cooperation.
Here is the link to the full article: https://bit.ly/what-teachers-need-from-districts