During my 20 years as an elementary educator in North Texas, expectations for providing some tangible evidence of student learning for both teachers and parents have always been present. Paper-based activities--think the old reliable worksheets provided by your favorite educational publisher or found online--have long been a staple of teaching and learning.
However, as the COVID-19 pandemic caused dramatic shifts in education and millions
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