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An engaging power point presentation with research and resources on student engagement and the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic.
In online teaching environments, educators must be more intentional about checking in with students. This guide provides models for the kinds of questions and interactions that can engage students. From How to Build Relationships With Students During COVID-19 Guide
A book offering information, insights, and motivation to teach students of diverse cultural, racial, and linguistic backgrounds. Examples are included throughout to illustrate real-life dilemmas about diversity that teachers face in their classrooms; ideas about how language, culture, and teaching are linked; and ways to engage with these ideas through reflection and collaborative inquiry.
A guide to creating an instructional plan that focuses on academic acceleration.
A bilingual “roadmap” parents can use to help keep their children on track with math, reading, life skills, and more while school is closed.
Takeaways from the New York City Department of Education, Chicago Public Schools, and Los Angeles Unified School District on what has worked well
A ready-to-use tool for co-teachers to use twice a week to identify and respond to the needs of special education students through differentiated instruction.
A toolbox offers tips and actions for helping teachers maintain relationships with families despite social distancing, such as: • Reflecting on any assumptions they might have about how families “should” educate or care for their children during isolation. • Reaching all their students’ families in their home languages through apps such as Talking Points (free …
A website with cheat sheets, video tutorials, apps and websites.
A resource for reliable, research-based information about learning mindsets, including: Growth Mindset, Belonging, and Purpose & Relevance.
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