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PIP Online Teaching Support

The Peer Intervention Program (PIP) has continued providing intensive one-on-one support to tenured teachers, Pre-K through high school, during these unprecedented times. PIP has been there every step of the way navigating and assisting its participants with the demands and stresses of blended and remote teaching.

Since schools went remote in the spring of 2020, PIP has assisted its teachers with transitioning the physical school day into a manageable virtual school day. PIP provides support with effective online lesson plans, how to select the most effective remote apps/learning platforms, developing video-based mini-lessons, creating remote learning assignments and projects, and more.

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PIP is also helping educators develop ways to include parents/families/caregivers in the learning process and provide technological support such as suggesting fun activities and educational games for our early childhood and elementary families.

As PIP is a unique, holistic program, it continues to provide coaching, modeling as well as social-emotional support. PIP communicates the idea of self care so its participants can present their best selves when it is time to teach remotely. Additional services, such as wellness checks, coping mechanisms and stress management techniques, and support through our Counseling Support Services Liaison is also available. To learn more about the PIP program, email us at pip@uft.org.