Last spring, teachers from traditionally brick-and-mortar classrooms got a taste of remote teaching. Those experiences offered insight into new considerations in how classes must operate this fall.
Keeping students focused during a typical classroom experience can be a struggle. Add distance learning to the mix and the opportunity for students to get distracted is even more prevalent.
As educators, your goal is to not only teach your students but to also keep them safe.
Students are not always on task when they should be. They may try to play games, explore social media, or browse the web.