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Do’s and Don’ts for Communicating with Teachers Now

Do…realize that Zoom fatigue is a real thing. Many teachers were required to have at least 10 office hours per week on top of PLC meetings and whole staff meetings. While not all of these had to be Zoom meetings—many of them were. Therefore, keep Zoom fatigue in mind and save it for when it’s really needed.

 

Do…check in with your teachers frequently to see how they are doing.

 

Do…understand how much teachers miss their students.

 

Don’t…fail to respond back to them when they return your emails. Otherwise, it looks as if you are just “checking a box.”

 

Don’t…underestimate how intimidating it may be for teachers to be teaching online with other family members observing, instead of in the privacy of their small classroom.

Thought for the Week

In leading, you learn tenfold by listening over talking.

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