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Social Emotional Learning Makes the Heart Grow Fonder, Even at a Distance
Posted on Feb 17, 2021
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
Tags
  • Reading Science
  • Remote Learning
  • Science of Reading
  • SEL
  • Social-Emotional Literacy
Social Emotional Learning Makes the Heart Grow Fonder, Even at a Distance

You all know about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, right? Do you know what this hierarchy was originally called? It was a new learning for me while listening to the recent webinar by Drs. Jessica and John Hannigan, SEL from a Distance: Building a Framework of Processes into your School/District to Guarantee Student Success.

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The 'L' in SEL Stands for Learning
Posted on Feb 3, 2021
  • Drs. Jessica and John Hannigan
Tags
  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
  • Remote Learning
  • Social-Emotional Literacy
The 'L' in SEL Stands for Learning

Students need to understand the relationship between their emotions and behaviors and acquire the SEL tools needed to access their learning and life. This should without a doubt be a top priority and integrated in the fabric of any school in any setting.

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Qualities of Successful Online and Blended Teachers: 3 Tips for Remote Success
Posted on Dec 3, 2020
  • Rick Ferdig
Tags
  • Blended Learning
  • COVID-19
  • Remote Learning
Qualities of Successful Online and Blended Teachers: 3 Tips for Remote Success

There is no way to address all the best practices for online and blended instruction in one short blog post. However, let me offer three pieces of advice I have given to almost everyone who has emailed, called, tweeted, and texted me.

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Moments of Gratitude in the Time of COVID
Posted on Nov 19, 2020
  • Lucy Hart Paulson
Tags
  • COVID-19
  • Early Literacy
  • Reading Science
  • Remote Learning
  • Science of Reading
Moments of Gratitude in the Time of COVID

What an upside-down, unpredictable, and uncertain world we live in right now, or that is what the media would like us to think. Step back, take a big breath, and reflect on what makes you grateful.

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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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