If you were to ask any teacher if they expected online learning to take off so quickly, they are likely to say that this phenomenon is unlike anything they ever expected to witness.
Despite the speed with which the education world has adapted to such a scenario, and done so very well, many teachers are still feeling a little underequipped to be dealing with such a change in instruction. This is especially the case for primary school teachers, whose teaching approach is generally very interactive, high energy and hands-on.
I have spent almost three decades assisting teachers to best plan their mathematics instruction for primary school children. It is this extensive experience in professional development that I am now using to help teachers as they embrace online teaching. With that being said, here are some considerations to help make online teaching really work.
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