Supporting Remote Learning Habits

Educators can’t control many of the circumstances of students’ lives, but they can offer support to ensure they have the best opportunities possible to build positive attitudes and habits and encourage meaningful learning. And now that nearly all learning has been moved to remote learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic, students from small or underfunded schools to the most expensive private schools need new kinds support from their teachers, making the strain on the most underserved populations even greater. 

Teachers and educators are the lifelines for students who don’t have the resources or support from home. The following ideas can help teachers work from a distance with their students to get them through distance learning and prepare for life after school.

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