In the midst of remote learning, teachers are working to fill in the gaps of incomplete online professional development programs. Many teachers are volunteering to help less tech-savvy educators learn the basics about virtual learning tools when their schools or districts can’t provide adequate training. Despite their good intentions, teachers simply aren’t equipped to provide comprehensive online PD for their colleagues. Remote instruction requires teachers to learn a wide range of new skills; and they need a well-planned, evidence-based PD…
Let’s consider how principals and other school leaders can support students with IEPs in virtual learning.
Teacher coaching is an essential component of effective job-embedded professional development. In the age of remote work, is virtual instructional coaching a viable alternative to in-person coaching?
In this article, we address misconceptions about virtual instruction and teacher development. We also explain how to plan effective remote learning professional development for teachers.
Vulnerable student populations, such as students of color and students with IEPs, were (and have continued to be) disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’ll share four strategies for your school or district to create an equitable and inclusive blended learning environment for all students.