In Episode 69 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav talk about their experiences with virtual teaching – especially the issue of cameras being on for students. With their new “twirl” back to teaching students remotely, they, as middle school teachers, have had similar experiences with their students not wanting to turn on their cameras on for the class. The conversation, however, centres around whether or not that’s a similar experience for other teachers, and perhaps the reasons behind it, and also whether or not this is ideal for students. They also discuss what different districts are enforcing and mandating with their teachers in terms of virtual teaching.
The conversation is rich this week! Join us, in The Staffroom.
The Drive with Chey & Pav on Voice Ed Radio: https://voiced.ca/project/the-drive-with-chey-and-pav/
Chey and Pav are a part of the School Rubric team: https://schoolrubric.com/publications/articles/perspectives/item/105-the-staffroom-podcast-with-chey-and-pav-an-origin-story
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