One simple act can lead to decreased discipline and increased student engagement, even in a virtual learning environment.
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This resource provides teachers/educators with quick conversation starters in both English and Spanish that will help educators better connect with the parent/guardian of their students in order to increase engagement for remote learning.
Case Study of Houston ISD: Ensuring Digital Fluency in the Age of Differentiated Learning & Instruction
In the summer of 2020, Houston ISD assembled its team of Teacher Development Specialists (TDS)–the district’s resident literacy experts–to create English Language Arts & Reading (ELAR) curriculum for Grades K-3.
Over the last three weeks, I have met with 14 Instructional Coaches and 73 teachers on 12 different campuses discussing the virtual classroom.
Under normal circumstances being a teacher is hard, but in the face of a global pandemic pushing us in the right direction to learn to support teachers.
As we began to collaborate with our district partners and what coaching would look like as school buildings remained closed, one thing was clear: they all still wanted a way to support their educators. For so long, educators have agonized... Read More
Pro-tips can help you humanize and maximize distance learning experiences, while also helping you navigate this ever-changing landscape with confidence.
The results are in for remote learning. It didn’t work This spring, educators worked around the clock to transition from onsite to remote learning.