Click the link below for my video message. It’s my first attempt at distance/digital learning, so please be gentle. Distance/digital teaching means many things to many people, and it can be accomplished many ways. If you’re not comfortable with distance/digital learning, don’t worry about it. You can always send packets to your students. Hopefully this answers all of your questions. I know that many of you weren’t expecting this, but how we react to a crisis defines us as educators.
For me, I will send an email tomorrow with a video message to my students. I want them to know as soon as I can that I miss them, and that I hope they’re okay. That’s my choice. You might decide to wait…and that’s okay! And you might decide to send an email with that message. You do what works for you! We’re all different in our approaches and no one…NO ONE is better at this than anyone else. We’re just all different.
All of my assignments are on OneDrive, so I will send work to my students via email as attachments NEXT WEEK. And I will cc their parents. I will do this via Q. We don’t teach this week. We prep and receive staff development remotely.