Our school year has started, virtually for now, but we will have a hybrid model (in that some kids will be at home and some at school) starting next week. As we have started to work with students, I have begun to create templates that can be used virtually. We are using Google Classroom and this has made thing really easy for us, but these templates can also be used in most learning modules with some logistical changes. This post is not so much to lay out how I created it, although I will likely share that later, but to say that this resource is available, for free, for download. Having said that, it is made for Latin teachers. I can easily create one for ESOL teachers or any other foreign language teachers. Just let me know if it is needed. <3
All I ask, as usual, is that you give credit as needed for its creation and, if a colleague, peer, friend, etc. want it you direct them to this page. I know this may seem like a lot, but (1) I enjoy seeing how far my materials go, and (2) as I continue in my field, working on research, and creating original items, I want to make sure that all parties are respected (but that's a post for another time). :)
Features I Want
Conclusions (at this time)
I prefer Meet to Zoom. I don't want to jinx anything... but so far, that's how I feel. I do want to spend more time playing around and seeing how things really work. It is so hard to test some of these things out without a second person or a group in a meeting and so far, there has been no or very little time to do such things.
Miriam teaches in a public high school in Georgia. She specifically works to ensure her classroom is multicultural and equitable to all students. She is always looking for ideas to make things more accessible!