You’re doing your best. Even if your remote students are early and your face-to-face students feel ignored. Even if your computer crashes in the middle of explaining the rock cycle. Even if you were so busy taking attendance that you forgot to unmute yourself and just explained the homework muted. Even if you forget yourContinue reading “You’re doing your best.”
Remote schooling or distance learning or whatever your district is calling it had plenty of obstacles to hurdle. Now that we’ve managed the who and the what and the where and the why, it’s time to get down and dirty and talk about grades. There are two extreme schools of thought and a middle groundContinue reading “Grading during Quarantine”
We had warning that this was coming, but we didn’t know when. And then one day we were told not to come back the next day. My plants are still in my classroom. It’s been nearly 4 weeks. The first 2 weeks were an absolute blur. Hunched in front of a laptop attempting to makeContinue reading “I wasn’t ready!”
One way to take advantage of remote schooling is to let your students take all of those field trips your school would never approve or be able to afford. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.