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    A Novel Approach to World Language Study

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    With schools closed in 185 countries, experts who’ve studied school emergencies around the world share insights about the impact on kids.
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    Whether you’re new to teaching online or a veteran, these six tips can help you make sure your students stay connected and immersed in learning.
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    How Teachers Can Support PBL at Home

    Tips and projects that teachers can share with parents and caregivers to guide children in any grade through project-based learning—with or without technology.

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