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Marcee Harris

Marcee Harris is the Evaluation and Curriculum Specialist with Learners Edge. She is a veteran elementary teacher with a passion for engaging teachers in equity conversations and working to transform education through technology. On any given evening you can find Marcee having a dance party in her kitchen with her husband and three kids.

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Equality vs. Equity: 4 Videos to Help Facilitate Equity in the Classroom

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning, Equity, Teaching with Equity

New Course Sneak Peek: Creating an Anti-Racist Classroom

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Topics: Courses, Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning

Online Resources Roundup for Teachers

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Topics: Teaching with Technology, Technology, Distance Learning, Digital Resources

3 Ways to Support BIPOC Students in the Classroom

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Distance Learning

15 Ideas for Building Community in Your Virtual Classroom

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Topics: Back-to-School, Distance Learning, Digital Resources

5 Benefits of Online Learning

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Topics: Back-to-School, Distance Learning

5 Ways to Prepare for Back-to-School Distance Learning

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Topics: Technology, Back-to-School, Distance Learning

Digital Tools for Online Learning

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Topics: Technology, 21st Century Learning, Distance Learning

Tools to Support Anti-Racism

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Topics: Culture and Language, Culturally Responsive Teaching

How to Create a Digital Worksheet

It’s an age-old question, “How do I recreate a worksheet in digital format?” and it’s echoed by so many teachers across the country. To convert traditional paper and pencil tasks to a digital-friendly format is one of the biggest hurdles for educators moving curriculum online. Some have downloaded apps to convert documents, others have resorted to retyping entire sheets of paper. My favorite method for creating digital worksheets is really just a simple modification of a tool you and your students are already familiar with-- Google Slides. In the video tutorial below, I'll walk you through a quick process for creating digital worksheets that your students can type answers into without deleting or changing the questions. For more helpful resources visit our Teacher Resources page.

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Topics: Video, COVID-19, Distance Learning

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