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Math, Motivation, and Our Online World
Posted on Aug 27, 2020
  • John Woodward
Tags
  • Math Intervention
  • Remote Learning
Math, Motivation, and Our Online World

The downside of asking students to solve challenging math problems is that if the teacher doesn’t do a good job introducing the problem and then scaffolding when appropriate, students can end up more discouraged about their learning than empowered as problem solvers. Failure only reinforces what students already think about themselves and the subject matter.

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Remote Learning and the Science of Reading
Posted on Aug 6, 2020
  • Jessica Kent
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Professional Development
  • Remote Learning
Remote Learning and the Science of Reading

The science of reading ... has allowed me to transition from a traditional classroom teacher to a virtual classroom teacher. Anyone can open a reading program and read the scripted text, but what happens when you do not have that reading program? LETRS provides you with the why (science) and the how (science) to teach reading, no program needed. LETRS teaches the science of reading which can be applied to any student, while being based on their individual level.

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Middle School: A Return to Learning and Literacy Success
Posted on Jul 29, 2020
  • Wendy Farone
Tags
  • Learning Loss
  • middle school
  • Remote Learning
Middle School: A Return to Learning and Literacy Success

After time away from live classroom instruction and what middle schoolers knew as the “norm,” how can we make the transition back to school easier, to engage students in learning immediately, and to effectively create literacy success for all students?

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Make the Most of Your Summer with Professional Learning: It’s More Important than Ever
Posted on Jul 8, 2020
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • Back to School
  • Professional Development
  • Remote Learning
Make the Most of Your Summer with Professional Learning: It’s More Important than Ever

A selection of short, on-demand presentations to help you make the most of professional learning time this summer. Whenever you have 30 minutes to spare, you can join a quick and informative on-demand webinar hosted by expert educators, and expand what you already know about a variety of topics.

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An Easy Way To Help Kids Learn At Home: Turn On The Captions
Posted on May 6, 2020
  • Natalie Wexler
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Remote Learning
An Easy Way To Help Kids Learn At Home: Turn On The Captions

A new organization is pushing for children’s TV and video programs to automatically display captions to boost literacy. It’s an easy thing to do, and it has even more research behind it than advocates realize.

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Using Data to Improve Student Outcomes in the Context of COVID-19
Posted on Apr 22, 2020
  • Dr. Kelly A. Powell-Smith
Tags
  • Assessment
  • COVID Slide
  • COVID-19
  • Remote Learning
Using Data to Improve Student Outcomes in the Context of COVID-19

The circumstances in which we find ourselves as educators at this moment call for flexible and reflective thinking about the goals toward which we might aim and the goals that we might set for our students. I believe we will need to adjust our goals, and likely readjust them again at a later time. Ultimately, this means we will need to be flexible with expectations.

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