Here are 18 of the best formative assessment tools for teachers–to glean data, take snapshots of understanding, create digital exit slips, and more.
One of 21st-century life’s cruelest ironies is that technology has saved us a lot of time, which we then turn around and spend using said technology. Most of us are constantly being bombarded by distractions, from coworkers to texts and emails to enticing Web headlines. The good news is Skynet has not taken over yet; we can still control the machines and manipulate them to not hinder our concentration.
Whether it’s to prepare for fall classes or simply to get ready for the future of learning, here are six strategies for effective remote teaching and learning–important ways to help yourself and your students thrive in a remote learning environment.
The complexities of online teaching and learning run deep. That said, let’s start with some basic steps to be sure we’re getting off on the right foot.
As remote teaching and learning become more common–if not the standard in many places over the next six months–I thought it might be useful to offer some remote teaching tips to engage students in distance learning.