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How to Create Community in a Virtual Classroom

POSTED: August 24, 2020Category: NewsBY: AISA Admin

By establishing routines that address the challenges of online learning, teachers can help students in grades 3 to 8 feel a sense of belonging.
Creating a strong classroom culture is priority number one during the first weeks of school. This year should not be any different—in fact, creating connections and a sense of belonging has never been more important. And yet, as coronavirus numbers soar, many schools are opting to return at least partly to remote learning in the fall. So, how can we create a positive classroom culture when we can’t even see our students face-to-face?

It’s going to take a mixture of adapting the old tried-and-true beginning-of-the-year traditions to digital media and creating whole new practices and activities.

Read the full article on Edutopia, here.

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