The Seemingly Unattainable Goal of
Student Engagement
Welcome to part two of our three-part series, You Got This! Integrating Remote Learning in the K-5 Classroom . The widespread and prolonged school closures in March prompted a lot of discussion—and questions—around remote learning. 

Last week we tackled the first of three common threads emerging from this conversation—technology. This week we look at issue of student engagement—perhaps the most common concern and challenge from the school closures in the spring.

Let us know what you or your district is doing to build and maintain student engagement. Share on Twitter or Facebook . See you next week (August 4) to discuss the third issue of family & teacher support! 

Kind regards,  
Peg Zokowski, CEO 
Yes, there remains a lot of uncertainty around the 2020-2021 school year. And the search for good content and lesson materials that can shift easily between classroom and remote learning is challenging. Below is a list of available CreositySpace resources you might find helpful.
  • Open access portal available to teachers, parents, and students through the end of the 2020.
  • Available starting August 1 -- Homeschool-sized versions of all curriculum units to accommodate groups of 2 or 5 students. Select which option when making purchase in the online store. 
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