Not-Normal Times Call for Not-Normal Grades


To be clear, the district doesn’t require me to teach remote and in-person students simultaneously. Official policy says all I have to do is provide 90 minutes of instruction to students quarantined at home. But it’s not reasonable to expect that third-graders can just complete assignments from Google Classroom without guidance and support, so my co-teacher and I strive to include them as much as possible.

We’ve mastered the less-than-24-hour shuffle to stuff computers, chargers, headphones, pencils, and freshly printed packets into jumbo Ziploc bags. Despite our best efforts, though, we have not mastered hybrid instruction to the point where students can be held accountable for engagement, performance, and assessment at the same level as if they were completely in-person.

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