I’m continuing with my end-of-year “Best” list posts…
You might also be interested in The VERY BEST Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures In 2020 – Part One, along with all my closure-related “Best” lists here.
Here they are:
You can check out all the distance-learning related videos I did with Ed Week here.
7 High-Impact, Evidence-Based Tips for Online Teaching is from Edutopia. I’m adding it to The Best Summaries Of Research About Online Instruction.
The Association of College and University Professors has a good ONLINE TEACHING TOOLKIT. It has some very good stuff that could be adapted for K-12. For example, I really like their rubric for participating in online discussions.
How to Teach When Everyone is Scattered is from Jennifer Gonzalez.
80 Tips for Remote Learning From Seasoned Educators is from The NY Times Learning Network.
Designing Breakout Rooms for Maximum Engagement is by Troy Hicks.
5 reasons to let students keep their cameras off during Zoom classes is also from The Conversation.
Zoom Meetings for Education is the most helpful instructional video I watched this summer, and I’ve watched a lot of them. I’m adding it to THE BEST VIDEO TUTORIALS ON TEACHING REMOTELY – PLEASE SUGGEST MORE!
Back to School 2020: Building Community for Connection and Learning is from Facing History. I’m adding it to Answers To “What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?”
I’m also adding this next tweet to PROJECT ZERO’S “THINKING ROUTINES TOOL” IS AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE:
In this post, @Catlin_Tucker shares 5 thinking routines developed by @ProjectZeroHGSE and a Google slide deck for each thinking routine so teachers can encourage students to learn with AND from each other online. https://t.co/jc16tmeC6M pic.twitter.com/JKqauhl14q
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) September 28, 2020