How Long Should a Remote School Day Be? There’s No Consensus

How Long Should a Remote School Day Be? There’s No Consensus

By Stephen Noonoo     May 4, 2020

Ed Surge

Each week, Ann Vinson ticks off the items one-by-one on the voluminous remote learning checklist her school requires.

First, she schedules two class meetings for social interaction, where her 22 second graders read aloud and play games. Next, she plans small-group reading and math sessions. Then she sits on standby for regular office hours before teaching a full two hours synchronously—that is, streaming live to her students—over several sessions on Zoom.

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