Today’s guest post is written by Rachel Caulder, a K-8 instructional coach at Creek Bridge STEM Academy in Marion County, S.C.
If you work in education, you are probably learning that transitioning to an online learning environment from a brick-and-mortar school is a significant challenge, and we know that for many schools, we will once again be in a similar situation in the fall. With unexpected school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, teachers rushed to learn and implement different distance learning tools. They also learned how to take curriculum and move it into a remote setting.
– Education Week + Peter DeWitt