Teaching remotely has not been that easy for all teachers; not all students, on the other hand, have reacted to it as we would like them to. These hard times have tested both, teachers' and students' adaptation skills, hence it is essential to reflect on how we look after our and our students’ physical and mental well-being. In this session then, we will explore – based on reflection in action-research experiences - the effectiveness that some strategies to keep mentally and physically ‘stable’ have had in this modality of work. Hopefully, you may want to apply some in your own context!
Speaker: Omar Rugerio