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How Teachers Are Integrating COVID-19 Crisis Into Their Lessons

The coronavirus as a teachable moment? Done thoughtfully, pandemic-related lessons can assuage students’ anxiety, experts say.

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Jill Biden and leading teachers: How to school your kids

Opinion by Jill Biden, Lily Eskelsen García and Randi Weingarten

Strong partnership between teachers, parents and students is always the best way for children to learn, and that's truer today than ever during COVID-19.


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The 3 Biggest Remote Teaching Concerns We Need to Solve Now

By Torrey Trust

The quick move to emergency remote teaching has left educators scrambling to figure out how to use digital tools, online resources, and apps to continue their teaching at a distance. Source: EdSurge

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NEA Member Connections Help Sustain Educators During Crisis

By Cindy Long

Educators online are posting everything from distance learning strategies, to words of encouragement, to links to professional development workshops.

NEA's edCommunities is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!

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