remote learning

Teacher Self-Care in the Time of COVID

Teacher Self-Care in the Time of COVID

Is anyone else tired? Exhausted? Not wanting to think about how many weeks of school we have left? I thought so. Teachers across the nation – and across the globe – have been working almost around the clock since the early days of the pandemic, in the...Read more ›
Growing Culture in the Digital Classroom

Growing Culture in the Digital Classroom

It’s May. Many schools are preparing for the end of the school – some as soon as this week while others of us wait until early June. Remote learning continues on and I hear from more and more of my colleagues and teacher friends that student participation...Read more ›
Tips for Implementing Blended Learning

Tips for Implementing Blended Learning

For many California districts, it is looking like students, teachers and administrators will be out of school for the rest of the school year. Despite not being able to return to the classroom, the learning will continue at home and virtually through the end of May...Read more ›
Teaching Special Populations in the Time of a Pandemic

Teaching Special Populations in the Time of a Pandemic

When I started teaching almost 10 years ago, I would have never imagined something like this pandemic happening. But here we are, staring down this cataclysmic game-changer, trying to determine it’s next move and how it has and will continue to uproot our...Read more ›
Common Sense Resources for Families Who Are Home-Bound

Common Sense Resources for Families Who Are Home-Bound

The following post was written by Jim Steyer, Founder and CEO of Common Sense Media. Amid the COVID-19 anxiety, school shutdowns, work-from-home directives, and more, we at Common Sense have resources to help families and schools navigate this unpredictable time. As a...Read more ›