Share your stories of teacher creativity in online learning

District Administration will publish a series of articles highlighting teaching innovations
By: | April 14, 2020
In the shift to online learning classes, teachers have to keep students engaged, ensure digital equity and support the social-emotional needs.In the shift to online learning classes, teachers have to keep students engaged, ensure digital equity and support the social-emotional needs.

Teachers across the country are innovating in delivering online and distance instruction while schools are closed due to coronavirus.

Along with keeping students engaged in learning, teachers also are working to ensure digital equity and supporting the social-emotional needs of students.

District Administration would like to publish a series of articles highlighting the creativity of teachers during this challenging time of COVID-19-related disruption.

Please use this form to nominate a creative teaching effort for us to share with our administrator readers.


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