The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed school leaders, teachers, students and parents in the United States to respond in different ways to “shelter in place / shelter at home” mandates. It has pushed many K-12 teachers into the role of “emergency remote learning” instructors, even if the courses they teach were never intended to be “online” or “distance learning” courses, and irrespective of whether or not those instructors had past experiences as either students or teachers in distance learning courses. Some larger public K-12 school districts responded to this pandemic by creating “packet-based” (non-digital) lessons for students, and either asked teachers to reach out to students via analog technologies (telephone calls) or even prohibited teachers from offering interactive, digital learning opportunities, since not…
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