Distance Learning Tips for Supporting 2e Kids

By now we’re all online, and whether we like it or not, it’s our only option for continuing to teach our students. In the spirit of support for best practices, 2e News has sought out perspectives and tips for teachers, students, administrators, and parents about learning in the virtual space. Below is some collective wisdom culled from several teachers across the country. Please contact us below with your experiences and advice.

1. This is hard. It’s not just that students are home. We are all experiencing a real-time historical event that has already profoundly changed the entire world. There has never been anything in human history as impactful to as many people as this has been. Mathematical formulas, scientific theories, and outlinin...


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About Stuart Matranga

Stuart Matranga is an author and journalist who has written for Rolling Stone, Maxim, and other magazines. As a teacher, he specializes in students who are reluctant readers. Stuart has extensive experience teaching and working with twice-exceptional students.