Our publisher has just released the Distance Learning chapter from our upcoming book, The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Survival Guide, 2nd edition.
Please remember that it is a draft, so it hasn’t gone through the usual proofreading regimen. The book itself will come out in late 2021, so there will be plenty of time for Katie and I to make changes based on our experiences this fall.
Feedback is welcome!
This is an amazing resource for teachers providing online instruction to ELL’s. As a secondary teacher like you, I am constantly looking for resources to help me differentiate my instruction for ELL’s and students with special needs as I am an Education Specialist. I will definitely share this to others on my Twitter as well as at my school site/district. If you need anyone to collaborate with edtech to differentiate instruction, I can definitely help with that.
I also have a new book out, which, is about navigating distance learning, blended learning, and the instructional challenges related to the pandemic. It includes an instructional model to toggle between educational settings by providing the framework to teachers and administrators to build an online instructional infrastructure. This is just the tip of the iceberg of what the book is about, which also discusses selecting edtech tools, instructional strategies aligned with using various tech tools, online IEP meetings and Special Education-related topics, and much related to preparing K-12 educators for the challenge ahead in the 2020-2021 school year. The new book is out on Amazon.com and it is called: “Navigating the Toggled Term: Preparing Secondary Educators for Navigating Fall 2020 and Beyond.” It would be great if you could check it as it may help you and subscribers to this blog navigate the next school year.
The link to the book can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Navigating-Toggled-Term-Preparing-Secondary/dp/B08CP93DGX/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=navigating+the+toggled+term&qid=1595605047&sr=8-1
I hope you check it out.