Share Your Story Using Hashtag #ICanTeachFromAnywhere
Your teaching world has turned upside down.
Instead of teaching your students your way, in your classroom, you have very quickly had to pivot to online instruction. You are likely trying to reach students who may not have access to technology or reliable internet, who may be dealing with issues at home, or who may simply not be able to engage virtually the same way they do in person. You may be trying to hold a live virtual class over Zoom, FaceTime, or Google, only to have your own child pop up in the background (remember this guy?).
We get it. We’re there with you, and we are working around the clock to do everything we can to help you succeed, including offering the following resources:
It's a stressful time, but you got this. You are a teacher. You have a special gift for knowing what your students need and how to give it to them. You encourage them when they fail and celebrate them when they succeed You can teach from anywhere, even your own living room.
Share your story and show us what you’re working with on social media using the hashtag #ICanTeachFromAnywhere. We want to celebrate you and all your hard work. And we also want to remind you to take time for yourself amidst all this rapid change.
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It's a stressful time, but you got this. You are a teacher. You have a special gift for knowing what your students need and how to give it to them.