Getting students back in the groove after a long break can be a real challenge. Here are a few ideas for getting your students back on track as soon as possible.
Happy New Year! We hope you had a wonderful holiday break.
Getting students back in the groove after a long break can be a real challenge. After all, they're a little out of practice. Fortunately, a little planning can go a long way to help!
Here are a few ideas for getting your students back on track as soon as possible.
It may take a little time, but soon your students will be ready to contribute, collaborate, and persevere together!
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