I remember the first time I walked into a classroom that was utilizing remote learning to teach reading. It was a second-grade classroom in Orlando, and I was supervising a student teacher interning with the veteran teacher. As I walked into the room and did a quick sweep during reader’s workshop, I saw a student sitting in front of a computer, headphones on, talking and laughing.
The cooperating teacher chimed in: “She’s Skyping with my mother, who is a retired teacher in Texas. My mother hosts a daily word workstation in my class over Skype.”
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