This past year has been both eye-opening and made want to close my eyes and hibernate until all the tragedy subsides (P.S. that will never entirely happen). It's been hard. In different moments I have been leading tens of thousands of teachers forward through training and advocacy and in other moments I've been trying to … Continue reading Events At the End of the World: Making Meaning In a Pandemic
Category: remote learning
Differentiated STEM Challenges: Remote Learning Style
Challenges The past year has been filled with so many challenges. We lost many friends and colleagues in NYC and there were challenges with inequitable and meaningful learning, especially for our students with disabilities. But I had the idea of creating a challenge that was fun. Out of that came my idea for Reimagine your … Continue reading Differentiated STEM Challenges: Remote Learning Style
Teaching: Can We Be Thankful?
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Remote Learning in Special Education
Equity Having met educators from around the world, I've found that creating equity of access has been one of the key issues facing both large and small school districts. I have spoken in the past of the particular challenges and efforts for creating equity in New York City, a city that was literally designed with … Continue reading Remote Learning in Special Education
Hope in the Heart of a Health Crisis
There is so much to be concerned about, but there is so much to hope for too.
Corona Virus Curriculum: Remote Learning, Free Tools, & Understanding the Illness
Find remote learning resources, free tools for closed schools, info for learning about the virus, and suggestions for the powers that be including means for improving the digital divide