Over the past few weeks, I’ve thought a lot about how I can best support teachers right now. I’ve spent days converting my existing resources to have digital components, and I continue to do so. This morning it dawned on me that I have SO many lessons that I developed and shared while I was teaching in a 1:1 model. However, I rarely shared that part of the lesson because I knew that most teachers and students simply didn’t have this type of access. Oh, how things have changed!
So today, I want to highlight some of my favorite lessons that you can easily adapt to be used with your students via any online platform. There are a few new lessons, and for those that have been shared on Teaching With a Mountain View before, each one includes both a new digital access link and a link to learn more about the original lesson here on my blog!
A note on YouTube videos: While I preview all of the videos I share, I still can’t control the advertisements that pop up or any changes that may occur. If possible, I’d recommend using Safe Share to share the YouTube videos with your students. I have also worded these lessons so that you can swap out videos that you’d like to use if you don’t like the ones I have selected. 🙂