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The plan for my districts return to school is a hybrid schedule that has students attending classes 2 days in a row and then 3 days remote learning. So half the class will come on M-T and the other half will come on W-Th. Fridays are set aside for planning and student/parent questions/conferencing. If anyone else is planning to teach in this method, I'd love to know how you plan to structure your weekly lesson plans and on the days that student are doing remote learning, do you think a choice board is a good option. I'm very worried about student participation during return to remote learning. I never had 50% participation during the entire 9 weeks of this.

Thanks

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LoveKidz2 06-29-2020 05:12 AM

The plan for my districts return to school is a hybrid schedule that has students attending classes 2 days in a row and then 3 days remote learning. So half the class will come on M-T and the other half will come on W-Th. Fridays are set aside for planning and student/parent questions/conferencing. If anyone else is planning to teach in this method, I'd love to know how you plan to structure your weekly lesson plans and on the days that student are doing remote learning, do you think a choice board is a good option. I'm very worried about student participation during return to remote learning. I never had 50% participation during the entire 9 weeks of this.

Thanks




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