Guest Blogger - Mrs. Shannon Townsend: Interactive resource using Depth and Complexity

Note: Mrs. Shannon Townsend is a top notch ELA educator in the Eagle Mountain- Saginaw ISD.  Please leave your contact information at the bottom of this blog post if you'd like to request her resources and/or make contact with her. 

Break the Pandemic Barriers: interactive resource using Depth and Complexity 

Walking into my classroom during a global pandemic doesn’t look very different from any other year. The differences are so minimal, had you not been in my class prior to the pandemic, you wouldn’t notice many changes beyond the masks that cover the mouths and noses of the young minds I have the pleasure of helping shape each day. 

As teachers, we find new and exciting ways to engage our students no matter the circumstances, and this year is no different. Yes, there are students who aren’t in my class each day for one reason or another, but I’ve learned a few techniques that maintain as much normalcy in the classroom as possible. Hopefully, some of them will help you as well.

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