You can't make someone woke, but you can make them uncomfortable being asleep.~ a quote by one of my mentors and esteemed author, Christopher Emdin
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Having a second screen will help any remote learner or educator. Remote learning this year is much more rigorous and demanding of students, so they need all the tools possible to ensure their continued success. In my science class I try my best to engage students via a multitude of EdTech such as Peardeck, Adobe Suite, Nearpod, Kahoot and the list goes on.
Most of the time, in order to receive instruction and still be able to engage in the lesson, a student either needs a second device completely, or a second screen. Being that the 2nd screen is a much cheaper option, I can teach students how to split the screens appropriately to maximize their workflow. Especially that many of them have been complaining about computer fatigue.
Ideally I want to gift 2 screens to students, and 1 to a colleague who is struggling with remote teaching, and I will keep 1 for myself to utilize in remote teaching/learning.