If you're overwhelmed or frustrated by the shift from in-person instruction to remote instruction, we hear you!
There are a lot of potential instructional tools and delivery options out there, and while it's great to have choices, sometimes it feels like too much of a good thing! What should you choose? How will different tools or setups work with your group of students? Where to begin?
While there's no perfect way to teach remotely, we can support each other by sharing our challenges and successes. Join us November 18 as teacher Nicole McNeil shares her experiences in remote instruction so far in our new online event Adapting to Remote Teaching: Trial and Error.
We encourage participants to share their own stories and helpful tips during the event, too. You do not need to be a math teacher to attend -- all are welcome!