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01.19.21 Jasmine Lane on Rachel Harley & the Velocity of Data

In the virtual version of TLAC Towers we’re planning a new workshop on Checking for Understanding Online and so have been studying footage of teachers with strong dynamic online classrooms, looking for exemplars. At a meeting last week Jasmine Lane presented video of a reading lesson taught by Rachel Harley at Nashville Classical Charter School and…


12.14.20 “Pasting the Chat” & Other Insights from Hassan Clayton’s Lesson

I’ve written a lot about using the chat in remote teaching on this blog and talked even more about it in our webinars and trainings. I wrote about Shelby Daley’s chat here. About Denise Karratti’s here. About Arianna Chopp’s here. and Eric Snider’s here. Today I get to share something my team and I loved from…


12.04.20 Online Note-taking: A Glimpse of Joshua Humphrey’s Classroom

If you’re a regular reader of our blog you’re probably familiar with Joshua Humphrey who teaches math at KIPP St. Louis HS. I wrote previously about one of his asynchronous lessons from the Spring where he socialized students to take active control over the video by pausing consistently and where he modeled implicit assessment–asking students to…