Daily Communication Plans if You Don't Have an LMS or Use Google Classroom

Daily Communication Plans if You Don't Have an LMS or Use Google Classroom

How do teachers stay in touch with students if they aren't using an LMS or Google Classroom? Watch the video below for lots of tips that can help keep the lines of communication open when students aren't able to attend class.

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