We have partnered with first grade teacher and founder of Krafty in Kinder blog, Tiffany Niotis, to bring 6 of her favorite ways to stay organized during distance learning this year. Continue to read to learn more about what tech tips she has for our teachers and how they can help you as you modify and elevate your teaching methodologies.
"I used quite a bit of technology to help me get through distance learning but the one thing I can’t live without is my iPad protected by the ProLOCK case from Rug-Ed. Being a teacher mom, I wasn’t always able to work directly in front of a computer screen. I needed the ability to work “on the go” aka while sitting in the tiny house in my daughters playroom
No, I didn’t do all my work from there but it was very helpful to just grab my iPad to check assignments, read and respond to emails, and check in with students. My ProLOCK case from Rug-Ed let me do all these things without any fear of damaging the iPad. Remember, I was working around a toddler!
The Rug-Ed ProLOCK case is lightweight but sturdy, has a handle for easy transport (by me and my toddler), tempered glass screen shield to protect against all those accidental drops, and a kickstand which allows me to work efficiently from an iPad. It comes in different sizes for all the iPad models. There are also color options available for some of the newer iPad models including the iPad 7th Gen 10.2” (2019), iPad Air 3 10.5” (2019), and iPad Pro 10.5 (2017). I have the Matte Black which I love but they also have Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, and Yellow so there is a case for everyone!"
Read the full article here: https://kraftyinkinder.com/6-ways-to-stay-organized-with-distance-learning/