To ensure equity and engagement in remote learning, schools need to zero in on key priorities, including enrichment and manageable projects.
High expectations refers to an effort to maintain the same high educational standards for all students in a class or school. It is based on the belief that with time and appropriate supports, all students can learn; all brains can grow and change. Educators who teach with high expectations ensure that all students have the supports needed to achieve at equally high levels.
Seale, C. (2020, March 30). There’s Always Next Year: 3 Ideas To Recover Lost Educational Opportunities Post-Coronavirus Epidemic. Retrieved April 15, 2020.
Educator and author Colin Seale says now is the time to rethink strategies on how to recover lost educational gains, including extending the school year and keeping some of the
Sawchuk, S. (2020, April 1). Grading Students During the Coronavirus Crisis: What’s the Right Call?. Retrieved April 15, 2020.
As the nation’s schools lurch into an unprecedented experiment with distance learning, with all of the hiccups and false starts that entails, teachers and administrators alike are starting to wrestle
Cipriano, C. & Brackett, M. (2020, March 18). Teacher, Interrupted: Leaning into Social-Emtoional Learning Amid the COVID-19 Crisis. Retrieved March 27, 2020.
There was life before COVID-19, and there will be life after. We didn’t choose to have our schools and colleges closed; our carefully constructed routines halted in their tracks; our
Thomas, J. S. (2020, March 17). How to Support Home Learning in Elementary Grades. Retrieved March 27, 2020.
A first and second grade teacher shares his home learning plan for his students and how he is engaging their families.
Farah, K. (2020, March 20). 4 Tips for Teachers Shifting to Teaching Online. Retreived March 27, 2020.
An educator with experience in distance learning shares what he’s learned: Keep it simple, and build in as much contact as possible.
” Posamentier, A. (2017, June 20). 9 Strategies for Motivating Students in Mathematics. Retrieved March 11, 2020.”
Keep your high school math students engaged with these techniques.
Sawchuk, S. (2020, February 20). Like College Athletes, These High School Players Get an Assist on Academics. Retrieved March 9, 2020.
Cincinnati high school math teacher Jill Ruby is a second coach of sorts for a group of students who are already answerable to the adults who school them on the
Gewertz, C. (2020, February 20). States to Schools: Teach Reading the Right Way. Retrieved March 9, 2020.
Worried that far too many students have weak reading skills, states are passing new laws that require aspiring teachers—and, increasingly, teachers who are already in the classroom—to master reading instruction
Youki, T. (2020, Febuary 11). 3 Reasons Students Procrastinate – and How to Help Them Stop. Retreived March 9, 2020.
Psychologists have uncovered reasons why students put off important work. But there are a few simple things teachers can do to keep students on track.