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Tips for Supporting Students w/Special Needs in #RemoteLearning,

10 Ways to Keep It Fun for Kids

+ a Great Way to Give Feedback!

#EduDuctTape 40: Supporting Students with Special Needs in Remote Learning!
While Remote Learning is tough for most students, it's likely even tougher for our students with special needs. In order to help you help them, I curated tips & recommendations from 8 educators about what you can do.  Listen here.
10 Ways to Make Remote Learning FUN for our Students!
In times as tough as these, we need to do what we can to intentionally bring joy to those that we care about.  For that reason, I asked Laura Lavery to share 10 ways that she is making remote learning fun for her middle school students!
Today's #EduDuctTape Episode
Today’s mini-episode with Dan Stitzel was actually recorded back in early January before most people were aware of the coronavirus and well before the possibility of extended school closures came to those of us in the states. Ironically, I think that the strategies that Dan shared back in January could be incredibly useful in #RemoteLearning. If you are giving any feedback to students during remote learning, especially if it pertains to writing, please listen to this one!
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