Remote Learning, How to Make it Work: For Parents (part one of three)

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The triangle is the strongest shape. Underground Mathematics, from the University of Cambridge writes, “For a triangle, no matter what type, this can’t happen…” [It won’t bend.] It’s inherently rigid.” Three is thought to be a perfect number. It’s all around us: from three-legged stools, to tripods, to trusses on houses, even to the holy trinity. All three parts are…

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Cindy Shapiro is long-time teacher living in Colorado. As founder of Teacher Says, a podcast and website (TeacherSays.org) she aims to elevate teachers’ voices.

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Cindy Shapiro

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Cindy Shapiro is long-time teacher living in Colorado. As founder of Teacher Says, a podcast and website (TeacherSays.org) she aims to elevate teachers’ voices.

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