As school shutdowns persist, teachers are striving to find a balance between supporting their students virtually, planning lessons while navigating new technologies, and managing their own families and personal lives. Now schools have had some time to transition their students and teachers to remote learning, but that brings a new element to structuring the classroom and keeping students engaged. A teacher's schedule is hectic under normal circumstances, and while we believe educators are superheroes, it's a challenging time for everyone.
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As schools and districts remain closed, remote learning platforms have become a necessity for teachers and students affected by COVID-19. We are finding many traditional brick and mortar schools are exploring different types of distance learning resources, including Google Classroom. We understand that these are unprecedented times, and to support teachers, FEV Tutor can align with teachers' content by connecting to their Google Classroom account.