Hybrid Learning and Lesson Design: 5 Tips for Efficiency

By Zach Vander Veen One day students are there. The next, they’re not. This is the year of constant school emails, texts, and calls detailing absences, COVID and quarantine rates, and school building closures. For educators, 2022 requires instructional flexibility on an epic scale. Flexibility, and techniques for a manageable work schedule. Teaching right now is challenging. Beyond the challenges of reaching students, teachers worry about getting sick, about covering each other’s classes and sub-shortages, about their own families and the massive juggling act they’re doing within the confines of their own homes. Along with the medical profession, everyone in […]

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