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By Michael B. Sherry What does it take to make online discussions work? Online learning management systems provide opportunities for students to continue discussions beyond the...

Four tips for assessing online learning and feedback

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Communicating with students effectively during online learning

By Mike Anderson The COVID-19 crisis is sending students home in unprecedented numbers, and for many teachers, this means moving to an online learning platform. What...

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the Covid-19 crisis

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Just as businesses are trying to figure out how to sustain their work by renegotiating how to run the corporate world, so too must parents and caregivers renegotiate how things are done at home.

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Editor's Note: This piece is written collectively by the staff of the Quaglia Institute and the Australian Institute for Voice and Aspirations under the...

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...

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...

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. It will be looked upon as...

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