Students in kindergarten through second grade are too young to work well independently in videoconferencing platforms, making it more difficult to teach them to read and write, say four educators at an Illinois elementary school. First-grade teacher Lynda Callahan says lessons have gone slower online, and she is unable to see what students are writing or support them the way she used to when she could walk around her classroom.
Teaching K-2 students to read, write goes slow online
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