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Original article found on EdSurge.

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Educators are no strangers to making micro-changes in the classroom before policy and administration have the chance to catch up. Great teachers diagnose the needs of their classroom and develop a patchwork solution that improves the learning environment for every student. So, what can a classroom teacher do to mitigate the effects of unequal internet access at home—while still maximizing the use of classroom technology in a strategic and effective way?

Here are 5 Things a Teacher can do:

  1. Start with the basics—research your student and their families, and respond accordingly
  2. Be proactive in creating lessons and assignments, thoughtfully
  3. Put extra effort towards pushing digital literacy
  4. Provide extra opportunities for technology and internet access
  5. Advocate for more resources in your district or school

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