Online learning: Balancing students’ diverse communication, learning styles
Students, including top learners, may have trouble adjusting to virtual schooling due to personality-derived preferences for learning, working and socializing, say DA guest columnists John Hackston and Chris Mackey. Here’s how educators can help all succeed.
5 steps to building stronger schools after COVID-19
COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of students, teachers and communities. But most of us recognize that the education system has been in need of disruption for years, says DA guest columnist David Miyashiro, superintendent of the Cajon Valley Union School District.
5 simple ways to support teachers now
Leading during school closures means empowering teachers—plus offering encouragement and giving grace, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Greg Bagby, who is coordinator of instructional technology for the Hamilton County Department of Education in Tennessee.
Online instruction: Tips from educators making the switch
Educational technologist, adjunct professor and FETC featured speaker Kathy Schrock shares the ideas, solutions and feelings of her graduate students—K-12 teachers on the front lines of moving instruction online and helping children (and parents) adjust.