Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Developing Digital Efficacy

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Teams. Zoom. Hybrid teaching. Asynchronous educational activities. Before March 12, 2020, these words were not part of the daily lives of the majority of elementary and secondary teachers, but COVID-19 has helped to make them of interest. The emergency shift to digital technologies disrupted the school’s activities; however, it also provided an unprecedented opportunity to promote their use in teaching and learning.
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