Structure, consistency and routines are key for students with disabilities not only in traditional school environment but also in the virtual or non-traditional environment. Providing consistent and routine special education services will help to provide the support students need in order to continue to progress and continue learning.
Whether face to face or online, PLCs are extremely beneficial as they help us maintain a focus on increasing student achievement, provide opportunities to analyze data, add strategies and resources to our pedagogical toolbox, and share information about what is and isn’t working, all in a safe collaborative setting.
As a result of current circumstances, the term “Flipped Classroom” is more relevant than ever before. The Athlos team is ready to help districts, schools, and families across the country encourage and promote movement and activity.
As a result of recent events, there is a strong need for virtual meetings to promote learning and keep in touch with our students. Zoom a perfect medium as it is free and easy to use. Here are some important tips on how to effectively conduct an online learning session with and for your students using Zoom. Switching to an online delivery format can seem overwhelming but we are going to focus on some basics that should have you up and running in no time and recording your lessons or holding virtual office hours with as little hassle as possible.