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Teachers from Sayeik: Gastineau Elementary School have left posters on their classroom windows with big, colorful pictures and messages of love for their students to see from the road. Students and families have responded by creating their own…

collab-groups-annotations.pdf
In a guest blog post, English Professor Susan Jaret McKinstry discusses her use of collaborative groups to create online annotations of text and images during her spring term online course. She discusses how it worked well, creating a sense of…

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Stonebridge Country Club (Aurora, Illinois) is implementing a program to make and deliver meals to first responders using community members' financial donations. This donation additionally counts toward a food and beverage monthly minimum each home…

2020-03-12_poskanzer.pdf
An email announcement sent to faculty, staff, and students informing them that the college would have remote instruction for at least the first half of Spring Term 2020.

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Most students have already left the campus. It was the first Friday in the spring term. Friday flower became such a "normal" weekly event on campus, but not now. None of the students would expect these flowers on that day, and even students on campus…

British Columbia Education Week Letter.pdf
An opinion piece by the British Columbia Minister of Education celebrating Education Week and shining a light on the work that school staff have put into the transition to distance learning. He highlights various programs teachers are putting…

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These pictures of the Metea Valley High School sign (in Aurora, Illinois) celebrate the class of 2020, including images of toilet paper that refer to the pandemic. Also, some of the slides on the sign promote safety and encourage each individual to…

readingpartners.pdf
In a guest blog post, History and American Studies Professor Meredith McCoy discusses her use of reading partners in her class to foster connections between students.

discussiongroups-buildcommunity.pdf
As part of an ongoing series, the blog post discusses how German Professor Kiley Kost used discussion groups of four students, and how the consistency of the approach worked well.
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