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Reflections on teaching, literacy, coaching, and practice.

04.17.20 Our Webinar on Remote Teaching: Recorded Version

Over the last two weeks I’ve had the pleasure of running online webinars with teachers called Techniques and Principles for Remote Learning. My team’s goal in designing this webinar was to: share valuable techniques teachers can use; study video of teachers applying them in real-world conditions; demonstrate the techniques we’re talking about so participants can “live…


03.18.20 Our First Round of Videos of Online Teaching

As promised I’m going to share some early video of what teachers are doing online and some observations about what seems to work. Some reminders: None of this is perfect–either what the teachers do or our advice based on it. We’re all figuring it out together in difficult circumstances and on the fly. Right now, as…


03.18.20 Mastering Remote Teaching– Intro: Two types of Learning

As you probably know, watching video of teachers in action and sharing bright spots is what my team and I love to do. And while everything has changed in terms of what teachers are being asked to do, we think it’s still helpful to see peers in action and borrow ideas. So starting today we’ll be…