We’re getting to the end of this year’s Best lists.
I’m adding this one to I’m adding this list to ALL END-OF-YEAR “BEST” LISTS FOR 2020 IN ONE PLACE!
You can see find twenty-six other “Best” lists related to pandemic teaching here, including THE VERY BEST RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DEALING WITH SCHOOL CLOSURES IN 2020 – PART ONE and THE VERY BEST RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DEALING WITH SCHOOL CLOSURES IN 2020 – PART TWO.
Ordinarily, I just do a Part One and a Part Two for “Best” lists each year. However, a number of new and useful resources have come out since I posted Part Two in early October, and I figure we teachers can use all the help we can get this year!
You can find many ELL-specific resources to help with online learning at THE BEST RESOURCES, ARTICLES & BLOG POSTS FOR TEACHERS OF ELLS IN 2020.
Here are my picks for the very best resources that have appeared since October:
Formative and Summative Assessment in a Hybrid Classroom is from Edutopia.
THIS IS THE TEXT I’VE BEEN SENDING TO STUDENTS WITH SPOTTY CLASS ATTENDANCE
HERE’S HOW I’M COMMUNICATING WITH STUDENTS ABOUT SHAKING UP OUR CLASSES
I’M WORRIED ABOUT MY STUDENTS – VERY WORRIED. AND HERE IS WHAT I’M PLANNING TO DO ABOUT IT
Thinking Routines Part 2: Driving Deeper Thinking Online is from Catlin Tucker. I’m adding it to Project Zero’s “Thinking Routines Tool” Is An Excellent Resource. This is just one of many very useful resources shared by Catlin Tucker. You’ll want to look through her blog for more.
FIRST QUARTER REPORT ON WHAT I’M DOING IN FULL-TIME DISTANCE LEARNING & HOW IT’S GOING
The Educator’s Guide To Using Video In Teaching And Learning is from The Edublogger.
How Can Educators Evaluate Virtual Student Engagement During the COVID-19 Pandemic? is from Ahead of the Herd.
I’M NOT SURE WHEN THEY STARTED THIS, BUT ZOOM NOW PROVIDES AUTOMATIC SUBTITLES IN ENGLISH
Effective Instructional Models for a Hybrid Schedule is from Edutopia.