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4 tips for assessing online learning and feedback

By Monica Burns How do you assess student learning online? How is it different from checking for understanding and...

Lessons from crisis: trauma-responsive teaching tools for the work ahead

By Arlène E. Casimir  Ancient wisdom traditions in various indigenous cultures teach us that every healing journey begins with a...

Three ways to engage middle school students in math right now

By Michaela Flitsch Ever since Kepner Beacon Middle School was designated an “innovation school” in 2015, we've been hard...

Seven strategies for supporting student learning in a remote environment

By Jay McTighe and Giselle O. Martin-Kniep The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically upended traditional schooling and made remote learning...

Six ed tech tips during remote learning

By Patrick Hausammann Unprecedented. Crisis. State of Emergency. All of these words describe the time we find ourselves...

Maintaining wellness for teachers and staff during distance learning

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How Covid-19 will force education into the future

By Sean Slade In decades to come, the first months of 2020 will be seen as a watershed moment....

A dissent on pass/fail grading in remote learning

By Douglas Reeves Many schools in the United States and around the world are...

How to co-teach from your couch

By Wendy Murawski and Toby J. Karten Working and learning from home can create a time of anxiety for...

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