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COVID-19 Quick View: Remote/Hybrid Learning Guidance & Resources

Requiring Cameras Only for 1:1 and Small-Group Time

This video describes the importance of allowing students to keep their cameras off at times during a lesson and then prompting students to turn their cameras back on during one-to-one meetings with the teacher and in small-group settings. These more personal settings call for visible social cues and can serve as important relationship-building time, during which it is helpful to be able to see one another.

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Expectations Ensure Engagement

Regardless of whether students attend school in person or remotely, being explicit about roles and expectations in small groups is vital to...

Muted Share-Aloud

To help combat Zoom fatigue, anxiety, and connectivity issues, allow students to be flexible about when they turn on cameras during...

Accountable Talk Stems

Accountable talk provides students with sentence stems they can use to jump into the conversation in meaningful ways.