Tech 4 Teachers:

A Guide to Hybrid Learning

Survive and Thrive:

A Teacher's Guide to Hybrid Learning

During the Spring of 2020, when the world entered a state of pandemic due to COVID-19, schools in the U.S. were quickly forced to adapt to a remote learning environment. As states began to manage the COVID-19 crisis, schools prepared to begin both in-person and remote learning for students. Now known as Hybrid Learning, schools must be equipped with COVID-19 protocols in place for both the physical facility, as well as being able to teach students on campus and at home.

Teachers across the globe are changing adapting the way they teach in this new environment. From staggered teaching schedules and cohorts to video conferences and interactive tools, teachers are looking for new ways to interact with students who cannot be physically present, while managing to keep their lessons alive and monitor student work for understanding.

We are here to help you!

This website was created by actual teachers, FOR actual teachers. Integrating technology into lesson plans can be a daunting task... where do you start? Do you have the right tools? How much time will be spent on enhancing this lesson? We understand that being a teacher is more than a period in a classroom, it takes preparation time, training, grading and so much more outside of the classroom.

This site is here for you; complete with suggestions and tutorials on resources to enhance your lessons in a Hybrid Learning environment. These technology tools allow students to interact and collaborate, to critically think and problem solve, and to make learning more fun. Take a look, dive on in, and try something new! You might surprise your students... and yourself!

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Published Resources:

Two teachers create an online space,, to help other educators reach their “roomies” and their “Zoomies”

An Article By Erin R. Scholes and JJ Van Ess, Published by the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE)

Education Week Article written by Larry Ferlazzo with a contribution by Erin R. Scholes "Roomies and Zoomies"

"Those first steps into a school building that you haven’t seen for a year are full of emotions; excitement, uncertainty, and a fear of the continued unknown. The truth is, you have so many of the skills you need to be successful in the hybrid model because you have been teaching remotely all year... Click to read more