“The pandemic forced teachers to be more strategic about lesson-planning and think about what can be stripped from lessons,what’s essential, and whether students would be able to follow along if they referred to the lessons in the future.”
By Denisa R. Superville
Schools will look different when most students return for in-person classes in the fall. And along with mask-wearing and heightened cleaning procedures, teaching and learning are expected to change, too, as teachers and principals incorporate some of the approaches they’ve learned during a year of remote schooling.
School and district leaders in the Everett school district in Washington, one of the first in the nation to shut down when the pandemic hit, share some of the things they hope to see continue as students make the shift back to in-person learning…
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