From ESL students to students with disabilities and IEPs, to underserved communities lacking WiFi or personal at-home devices, the shift to distance learning must allow for all students to access the same information and engage in appropriate learning experiences.
Teachers can also create quizzes and assessments to meet the needs of the majority of students, then duplicate and edit settings to accommodate specific learning needs (control difficulty, reduce answer choices, offer multiple attempts, etc.).
If we can help train your teachers on any of the above or answer questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s work together to keep the learning going.