This article is full of strategies and tips to help make distance learning work for students with limited internet access during this time of school closures due to COVID-19. It provides specific, practical tips for working with students who only have cellphones and limited data or internet plans to complete school work. It includes advice on ways to decrease the amount of data used when sending materials or running video conferencing calls.
Ideas were curated form educators from the MindShift community. This article offers tips that can be used right away by teachers and leaders in any district concerned about equitable access to learning for all their students.
Source Organization: KQED