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Teaching Strategies
August 19, 2020

We’re in This Together, Even From a Distance.

Early this year, the world began to collectively undergo an experience that has still not come to an end: the COVID-19 pandemic, an event that would change everything.


It's changed

  • where we work,
  • how we socialize,
  • what it means to go outside, and
  • how we educate our children.

We've all had to make more than a few changes—most of them by incorporating an important element into our everyday lives: distance.

But how does "distance" affect the development of our children, and how can we keep young learners progressing in learning environments that are so uncertain?

At Teaching Strategies, we've spent the last few months speaking to many educators like you about your concerns for the future.

For over 40 years, Teaching Strategies has worked with educators in the field to support the development of our youngest learners and create the tools, resources, and support to improve outcomes for every child.

Many of us are former educators ourselves, so we know first-hand how challenging the start of school can be—even in the best of times.

Which is why we've taken your feedback and concerns and developed a new solution to help support learning in whatever environment lies ahead—whether in the classroom, a hybrid environment, or at a distance.

  1. What I do not understand if why I cannot access my previous lessons plans that I wrote from 6 months ago. Right now if I go to before May 1st 2020 I cannot click on my lessons. This impairs by ability to write my lessons for this year. This is very frustrating as I spent a lot of hours writing these lessons and now having to re write them into the next year.

    1. Hi Catherine! I’m so sorry to hear you’re having trouble accessing previous lesson plans. As a former teacher, I know how frustrating and time consuming that is. Our Tech Support team would be more than happy to take a look at your account and help resolve the issue. Please reach out to the directly by submitting a case online here: https://teachingstrategies.force.com/portal/s/submit-a-case
      – Emily

  2. Teaching strategies – new distance learning has been a little challenging for me. I’ve been out of work for several months and have missed out on all the new features. ( medical ) How Can I catch up? I am working on becoming more computer savvy, can you give me some tips.

    1. Hi Dianna! It will be an adjustment for everyone! Stay patience, stay diligent, and together we’ll flourish!

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