Some adaptations for hybrid classrooms, like digital manipulatives and instructional videos—will be worth keeping when all students are back in the room.
During this past year, the pandemic has molded how I teach. When my school went fully online, I had to learn strategies for keeping my students motivated and engaged behind a computer. Now we have students online and in person, so I’ve had to learn how to teach both ways at the same time. It’s important that students know that we are all learning about this new normal together. Teachers are helping each other by collaborating on finding resources that work for all students.
Here are some lessons I’ve learned about teaching during the new normal.
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