Facilitating virtual learning can feel overwhelming if there isn't access to proper technology. With a little alignment of your existing technology and adding in some new, helpful resources, teachers, students, and parents can all finish the 2021 school year successfully.
To help keep this year from being any more stressful than it's already been, we've provided some tips to help. This checklist will help get your house better prepared for virtual learning and have your student feeling more organized for the rest of the 2021 school year.
It’s best to be proactive if your district is considering moving to a hybrid or virtual platform and ensure you already have these steps in place. If you've been working as a virtual educator, this can help you feel more prepared and organized as you continue your essential role.