Virtual Classrooms Made Inviting & Productive

This post was written by MaiCherish Harris, WGBY education intern and student at Elms College:

When schools originally closed, families believed it would only be for a short period of time. That time was extended repeatedly until schools were finally closed for the rest of the year. This was a difficult change for everyone involved.

Even now some educators are unsure how to 

make their virtual classrooms inviting and productive environments.

A PBSTeachersLounge piece entitled 5 virtual ways to build a classroom community can help. By doing things like spirit week and “including opportunities for asynchronous participation,” you can help insure the success of students learning in a virtual environment.


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