For my 2nd & 3rd grade classes, that won't be too bad. They see my class as recess with computers anyway, so motivating them isn't hard at all.
(Except I just remembered I have conferences tomorrow, so WHOOPS!)
For my 6th/7th/8th grade students... We're going to have to talk about project deadlines. I have given a lot of slack due to performance schedules and wonky internet but we need to get some work in to show that yes, it actually is a class where learning is demonstrated.
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