What school will look like in the fall is still uncertain for most of the U.S., but teachers can develop flexible plans that work for distance and in-class teaching.
Katie Hicks, Sarah Schroeder
Some schools are changing the way they teach reading—based on research that shows background knowledge is more critical to comprehension than general skills like ‘finding the main idea.’
2 Simple Ways to Improve Online Instruction
Distance learning started as an emergency in the spring, but teachers are finding ways to make it better, even for students working on smartphones.
Designing Your LMS to Make Distance Learning Better
Intentionally setting up a learning management system where everything students need is easy to access can help them all be successful.
5 Apps to Enhance Distance Learning
These (mostly free) applications allow teachers to create virtual classrooms, record lessons, and collect student work.
Curbing Teacher Burnout During the Pandemic
A simple video production technique can animate a wide range of student projects—and instill new energy in distance learning.
The demands of distance learning will make your Learning Management System (LMS) more important than ever this year. Have you thought about how to align your tech with the best research on how students learn?