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June 16, 2020

Remote social-emotional support is critical for teachers

Helping teachers find a sense of calm, balance and rejuvenation in these unprecedented times is critical. They’re under enormous pressure. But how do you do that in a virtual environment? How do you nurture connection, support and community?

Two keys: relationship and instruction. Investing time and energy into these areas has helped us foster morale, focus on a purpose and create a sense of normalcy for our teams. Here’s how we’re doing it.

– SmartBrief

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