08/20/2020 by Carney Sandoe Staff |

Late Summer Thoughts on Distance Learning (If Needed)

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We know that many independent schools plan to open and bring students back to campus this fall. And we’re impressed with how these schools have thought long and hard about the ways to do this in a safe, responsible, and thoughtful manner.

But in parts of the country some schools can’t open and others that are opening understand that they may have to switch back to some form of distance or hybrid learning in there is a virus outbreak in the community. For those folks, we thought we share some articles and blogs that we think offer good advice on how to make distance learning and hybrid learning work well.

7 Ways to Help Kids Start Middle School When They’re Rarely in the Building

By Sarah Gossner
Edutopia, August 14, 2020

Optimize Your Learning Management System for Hybrid Learning

By Sarah Hanawald
One Schoolhouse, July 30, 2020

What Student Activists Want Teachers To Know About Virtual Learning and Reopening Schools

By Kara Newhouse
MindShift, August 18, 2020

9 Ways Online Teaching Should Be Different from Face-to-Face

By Jennifer Gonzalez
Cult of Pedagogy, July 5, 2020

Reopening: Moving Toward More Equitable Schools

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