In a continued effort to share, collaborate, and support one another, we asked a handful of dedicated physical educators to reflect on their experiences with virtual learning, where they struggled, where they succeeded, and how they have grown from this experience! Complete bios and contact information from each of these dynamite physical educators can be found at the bottom of this post!
Rather than fretting about creating multiple lesson plans, let's try to create lessons that can be used in BOTH settings. That way, we can create meaningful and manageable content for the students, as well as ourselves. This FREE template can be used when creating such lessons. This resource is perfect for creating new lessons or repurposing old ones!
Education for all students, including students with disabilities, looks very different across the nation, across states, and even within the same school districts as classes resumed for the 20-21 school year amidst the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Some students with disabilities are returning to the classroom, in person; others, virtually. Given the interruptions during the spring of the 19-20 school
As we continue to support our diverse learners in brick and mortar classrooms and virtual classrooms, we must carefully consider how to partner with our students and families to support their specific disabilities. As we celebrate Dyslexia Awareness this October, let’s focus on the specific needs of our students with Dyslexia in the virtual classroom. Here are some of
Families across the country are spending Mondays-Fridays juggling work from home, homeschools, technology coaching, and more for their children. At home learning, virtual school, blended learning, hybrid, distance learning is challenging for everyone. Families are being inundated with information like classroom codes, Zoom links, schedules, and much more. All this coupled with our children not having their regular
Many of you have begun the 20-21 school year and your situations are truly unique. Some find yourselves teaching remotely, some back in a cohort/hybrid model, and some back in the classroom. Whatever your situation, one thing remains true: the goal is to reach learners and help them succeed within whichever scenario they find themselves.