Remote Teaching Toolkit
Staying Connected Beyond COVID-19
Teaching remotely? We can help.
Our connections to our class, context, and community are what make us impactful as educators. James Comer (1995) puts it well: "No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship." As former teachers, we know that keeping those relationships and connections through distance learning and new challenges can be difficult.
This toolkit is designed to help you connect to student choice, your curriculum and content, and your communities in this uncertain time. Newsela is built to help educators connect students to the world around them and we feel now more than ever our charge to Unlock the Written Word for Everyone means helping to connect.
A S K A T E A C H E R
Newsela’s Professional Learning team is here to help, we have office hours to share ways to teach remotely, all staffed by one of our former teachers!
Each session is 30 min long.
Click the link at the start time to join!
4/7 at 11:30a EST Link
4/8 at 11:30a EST Link
4/9 at 11:30a EST Link
4/10 at 11:30a EST Link