How to Keep Students Organized in a Hybrid Model suggests: • Weekly Friday emails to families that include a brief outline of what was done that week, upcoming assignments, questions for discussion, and any materials that students will need for the coming week. • Copying parents/guardians on all emails to students regarding assignments. It is …
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This one-pager provides guiding questions and a quick activities checklist for districts and schools to use with teachers providing hybrid instruction (adapted by FHI 360 from An Introduction to Hybrid Teaching, College of DuPage)
Free games for team building, cooperation, and collaboration
Offers a range of activities to help students continue to develop socially, emotionally, and personally with their peers. While all activities focus on relationship building, some couple that with basic tasks such as attendance and grade checks.
Best practices for choice board setup, technology, grading, and more.
A mini guide that includes a sample digital choice board to help school leaders use choice boards to develop virtual communities, focus on social- emotional learning and college/career readiness, and introduce new types of activities for students.
How Do I Teach Online and In Person at the Same Time? Your Questions, Answered gives an array of technology solutions and other strategies to support teachers doing simultaneous remote and hybrid instruction.
This Edutopia article provides four assessment strategies that can help maximize teachers’ in-person time and promote rich, engaging assessment: • One-on-one conferences • Higher-order thinking assignments • Digital quizzes (Common Sense Education has a “best of” list) • Digital writing discussions
Teaching-and-learning experts give you insights on what works in the classroom.
Etherpad is a highly customizable open source online editor providing collaborative editing in really real-time. Just divide students up in advance (alphabetically or another method) and give each of those “working groups” access to their shared workspace.