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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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Cross-School, Virtual Interventions

The School District of Cudahy reconfigured interventionist schedules by having staff deliver interventions virtually. This allows students...