Monthly Archives: September 2020

The Pandemic and Rural Schools

I had a chance to chat virtually with Michael Fawcett, who teaches 5th grade geography and mathematics in a rural Virginia school district. His district chose to go 100% virtual rather than risk the possibility of exposing students to Covid-19. … Continue reading

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How Are You Doing?

(This post originally appeared at my work place’s blog.) How are you doing? Yes, really, how are you doing? During the week of August 17, three ISA coaches conducted virtual professional development for one of our partner districts, Charles County Public … Continue reading

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