In some of my classes, the number of D's and F's has increased dramatically. If you have a D or an F, please email me and tell me what's going on.
It has now been seven weeks since school closed (including Spring Break). At first, we had only a vague idea of what "distance learning" might look like. Now, we're starting to get used to it.
Teachers get stuck in their own little boxes, but you all have become the "experts" in distance learning, because you have classes with six different teachers, so you have a much better idea of what works well and what doesn't. Please share your knowledge!
What suggestions do you have in order to make "distance learning" a better experience in Mr. Hall's English class, and what suggestions do you have overall?