4 Things to Do Right Now (Part 1)

Who would have ever thought at this time last year that we would be living in a completely different world that we could have ever imagined.  We've been working on moving towards blended and online scenarios in our classrooms, but suddenly last March we were thrust into a completely virtual teaching and learning environment.  Teachers are flexible, resilient and hard workers so we banded together and we all survived the spring of 2020.  I know as May drew near, we all had high hopes of being able to return to a more normal version of school this fall, but it does not appear that will happen.  Here in Texas most teachers are being tasked with teaching both in person while at the same time providing asynchronous learning for their at-home learners.  On top of that, many schools have decided to start out completely virtual while others could end up remote at any moment if COVID-19 rears its ugly head on their campus.  Right now fear and anxiety are running rampant making it hard to figure out just where to get started. 

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