We understand that teaching students remotely can be overwhelming.
Clear away the noise and confusion with these resources, created to support you along the way!
Resources to Help You Now
Let Miss Hadley help your students with CAFE strategies by either introducing or reviewing it with them.
Can the 10 Steps benefit our students now? Yes they can. Read on to find out how you can use them.
Download an example of what one teacher uses to connect Daily 5 with students and parents during remote teaching.
This week: Kathi shares an idea for Read to Someone during physical distancing.
This six-part series of videos is designed to help you encourage and support children as writers.
Watch the replay of Gail and Regie Routman's coaching session as they discuss their poetry video series—and download the handouts.
Watch Gail Boushey and Allison Behne share the first few days of using Daily 5 in online learning, and get a few handy resources.
Watch this brief video with inexpensive ideas for word work in a home or school setting.
Watch Gail confer remotely with 6th grader, Griffin, on making inferences.
Our classroom design expert, Janet, thinks outside the box when it comes to classroom seating during this time.
Clare Landrigan graciously allowed us to crosspost this recent article and video from her website. Instructions and a template included.
Are you tapping into one of these online resources to help your students practice math?
Try one of these inexpensive ideas to provide math manipulatives to your students.
Get a few ideas for how to use manipulatives this year.
Download your 22 must-do action checklist for distance learning.