Family-Centered Instructional Planning Do’s and Don’ts for Remote Learning

We know that many teachers are working to ensure students can be successful remote learners this school year. Our guide for educators can be used to better understand what it looks like to take a family-centered approach to instructional planning. This is an adaptation of a Low Tech Remote Teaching Checklist from the University of Cape Town. Many thanks to teachers around Ohio for helping with this adapted version.

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