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Zooming Inquiry: Online Teaching with the Pomodoro Technique

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When the pandemic shut schools down in the spring, teachers mobilized the educational home front and taught themselves how to navigate familiar and unfamiliar instructional challenges in the virtual classroom. Say "Zoom" to a group of teachers now and you might see them twitch, tear up, or roll their eyes. Ask teachers how they managed inquiry on Zoom and you may wish you were more than six feet apart.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2020

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