Nov 4, 2020
It can be hard enough to encourage shy kids to participate when we are teaching in our classroom, but throw in technical difficulties, a bad internet connection, and a lack of the subtle non-verbal communication we usually rely on in the form of a smile or a wink, and it becomes even harder to connect with and encourage these children to engage. Let's talk about how you can get these kiddos on board and participating!
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