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We can only hold onto so much information at any given time. Practical methods for online and hybrid learning reduce the cognitive load.

What has actually worked for building student-teacher relationships so far this year?

Educators share their strategies for connecting at a distance.

What we can learn from our students as we return to in-person learning

By Terry Kaldhusdal This fall, my school district in Southeastern Wisconsin chose to open for in-person learning beginning on day one. About 15 percent of...

Teachers feel like they’re holding their breath underwater

By Merisha Leak As I sit here typing this, my mind is racing and my thoughts are all over the place. Unfortunately, I think this may be...

Four strategies for supporting student leadership in a healthy reopening

By Jill Vialet People often assume that play is the opposite of work, that it takes away from learning, and that it creates an environment...
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Serving kids with disabilities in remote learning: three key strategies

By Lauren Jewett Carl Sandburg wrote “Life is like an onion. You peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep.” In the last...

Four 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 giving feedback in a classroom? Over...

Reopening with health and safety in mind

By Sean Slade Schools must be healthy and safe places for all—students, teachers, communities—before they can effectively focus on teaching and learning. This should be a fundamental...

What teachers need to make remote learning work

By Tara Laskowski By now we know that the ways schools look and operate this fall will be far from “normal.” But what are teachers’ major concerns...

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