Laurel Schwartz, who is teaching 11th-grade humanities in a classroom now online in China, shares what it has been like to teach remotely since Feb. 17. In this article, Schwartz shares lessons learned from the experience -- including apps, teacher support, family involvement and recorded classes that students take at different times.
Educator: Lessons learned from remotely teaching in China
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