By: Kyle Conley. As students return to learning this fall, this is the time to lean into the challenges of delivering deeper learning remotely. Here are seven strategies educators can try to build critical connections for students with their classrooms and communities.
By: Heather Hiebsch and Cheryl Fenlason. Heather and Cheryl share hybrid, personalized, and blended learning tips to develop and support Learning Coaches to help students adapt - and even thrive - in this uncertain educational landscape.
Consider what remote instruction might look like in a rural, high-poverty district that set personalized expectations for each student, monitored their growth and engagement, and not only encouraged ongoing feedback but also stressed the need for educators to maintain a safe and supportive learning community.
By: Katie Martin. An outline of key shifts and considerations when designing for distance learning both in synchronous and asynchronous modes.
By: Tom Vander Ark & Devin Vodicka. During this pandemic, learning is taking new forms and it's important to seize the moment to introduce entirely new models for learning that are capable of achieving equitable outcomes.
By: Zach Varnell. After eight weeks of being thrown into the unknown of distance learning, Zach explains how IDEA High School is moving forward with a personalized approach to learning.
We Can’t Put the Genie Back in the Bottle: Designing Next-Generation Education in the Time of Crisis
By: Hiller A. Spires, Ph.D.. Dr. Hiller shares her takeaways from the Friday Institute's Next Generation Education webinar series to provide guidance for the future of education.