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Smart New Resources for Remote Learning – Part Deux

Suzy Pepper Rollins just posted a self-paced lesson that merges economics, SEL, and secondary reading.  In “Traits of Entrepreneurs,” students discover common traits in these successful individuals. Contains a ppt with matching response guide.

Beth Skelton just posted an at-home menu for ELA with choices.  Things to read, write, create, and help with are included.  Thanks, Beth!

Todd Stanley‘s wonderful space has new additions, including Sudoku puzzles. But check out his case studies, including one on “My 600 Pound Life” and another on the Blackberry…remember how cool it was to have one of those? Always thought provoking resources!

Last Mention: To support 3-8 math teachers during this time, Math in the Fast Lane will be open access.  30 students can be online with a teacher’s login at one time.  If a school needs additional logins, hit the contact button for support.  Go to www.mathinfastlane.com  & click “Getting Started.”

Thank you for all that you do…and stay well!

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