Teacher to Teacher: Tips and Strategies for Online Teaching and Learning

For most, remote teaching and learning is part of the return-to-school plans this school year. Whether it's a hybrid or full distance learning model, high-quality virtual instruction requires a lot of behind-the-scenes planning and coordination for you to prepare engaging lessons, modify curriculum for online delivery, manage student motivation and participation, connect with parents, teach effective online classes and monitor student progress.

Discover a variety of practical tips, curricular resources, learning strategies and connected tools, shared by teachers, for teachers, as you plan your daily online instruction and class schedules.

Meeting the Needs of Students during Small Group Instruction

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Learn lesson planning tips for differentiating small group instruction from Heather Raybold.

A Conversation with Jennifer Sturge and Joquetta Johnson

Listen to thoughts shared from the field as Jennifer Sturge (Calvert County Public Schools) and Joquetta Johnson (Baltimore County Public Schools) discuss a variety of topics and best practices for online teaching and learning. Select your favorite topics below to view short clips, or watch the full conversation here moderated by MPT's Patricia Proutt.

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Teaching with Primary Sources Overview

Kickstart your day-to-day virtual lessons with Inquiry Kits for Social Studies and promote historical thinking with primary sources.

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Learn more as Lia Atanat, Maryland Humanities' Outreach and Professional Development Coordinator, provides an overview of the elementary and secondary research kits with U.S. History, World History, and U.S. Government topics, and highlights a series of self-paced student research modules.

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