Remote Learning Tools

I am so excited to share with you all about a new collaboration that I’ve been a part of!

Introducing a new collaborative series….

Literacy Chattin’ with Liz!! I’ve paired up with an INCREDIBLE educator from Vermont and founder of Vocabulicious blog, Liz Siracusa!

Liz Siracusa currently coaches teachers how to integrate technology into their curriculum. Previous to working in the world of ed tech, she taught 4th and 5th grade for 7 years. Her passion is creating, sharing and teaching lessons themed around vocabulary instruction. Liz is the founder of the blog Vocabulicious, a teacher’s guide to creating a word conscious classroom. You can follow Liz on her blog, on Twitter at @vocabLiz and on Instagram at @vocabulicious.readalouds . She shares weekly read aloud recommendations and easy ways to engage students in word learning.

We plan on joining forces to bring relevant, and useful, literacy resources to educators across the country! For our first collaboration, we’ve put together a Remote Learning Tools guide to help navigate this pivotal time in the educational world!

With so many incredible learning platforms out there, it can get overwhelming to decide which ones would best fit your needs, and the needs of your students. We’ve rounded up our favorite platforms and included descriptions to help you plan for successful and engaging lessons. Click the image below for the full 3 page, FREE printable download!

Teachers are the most incredible people in the world, and if we can create something that will make their jobs a little bit easier, we’re here for it!

Stay tuned for our next collaboration!

Liz & Liz

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