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We've included several anonymized posts from a previous teacher forum of the James Madison Legacy Project in order to share ideas from that program and spur discussion.
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Our World Today... As We Know It!
As we embark on this unknown adventure of school closures, e learning and social distancing, I have decided to create an new section in our forum called "Our World Today... As We Know It." Forums and discussion boards are deigned to allow us to share ideas and feelings. With what is going on in our world today, it was more important an ever for people to reach out to others and share. Let the discussion begin!
Now that schools are starting again, distance learning has become the new norm. How are you embracing distance learning? What programs are you using? How are you reaching out to your students? How have you incorporated We the People in distance learning? Share your thoughts and let's get the conversation started.