Jan 29, 2021
So, it looks like we’re in this whole remote teaching thing for the long haul. Whether that’s a month, two months, I’m not sure. But I don’t want you to wait a second longer when it comes to getting some of your time back.
That means I am going to do everything I can to support you and help make your remote teaching experience less stressful. We’re all in this together.
My guess is you’re probably spending more time prepping and planning as a remote teacher than you were in the classroom? (I can say that is definitely the case for me).
I wanted to share my 4 strategies to reduce some of the prep that you are experiencing right now. Basically, we need to make sure remote teaching doesn’t completely consume us.
Here are the 4 areas that I think are key to helping you reduce your remote teaching workload.