Starting the year: Ideas for anywhere learning

As schools across the country are still deciding on how to safely return to school, I have been slowly working through some new ideas, trying to plan around what may be a year full of transitions into and out of our classrooms.

Where to start?

I think the most important way to start the year is getting to know our students and for them to get to know us.

What are some ways that we can interact with them, involve them in different learning activities, work with them individually, and make them feel comfortable and supported in the learning space, wherever that may be?

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I’ve decided that the best way to prepare is to come up with a list of activities and materials that will be beneficial regardless of if we are in the physical classroom, teaching remotely, or transitioning throughout the year.

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