Accelerated learning (as opposed to remediation) is the big buzzword these days.
I thought it might be useful to bring together a few resources which I think might be helpful. Let me know what I’m missing!
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Here’s what I have:
The kind of teaching kids need right now is a piece I wrote for The Washington Post.
Five Strategies for Implementing Accelerated Learning is one of my columns at Ed Week, and features Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher
Unbroken: Acceleration is more effective than remediation is by Angela Duckworth.
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Schools Want to ‘Accelerate’ Student Learning. Here’s What That Means is from Ed Week. I love Ed Week, and am a columnist for them, but I just don’t think this is as helpful to teachers as it could have been, and overlooks lots of accelerating learning strategies. Nevertheless, there are some tidbits that could be useful.
Rebound: Turning Our Attention to Acceleration appeared in Language Magazine.
Though I haven’t had time to look at it carefully, The Acceleration Imperative might have some useful ideas for accelerated learning.
For Students’ Academic Recovery, It’s Acceleration vs. Remediation is from US News.
HERE’S AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT ACCELERATED LEARNING LOOKS LIKE AT OUR SCHOOL
Here’s A Slide Deck I Used To Talk About ELLs & Accelerated Learning
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