All 100-plus Classroom Q&A posts highlighting interviews with authors (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.
Four educators share instructional strategies for online instruction, including adapting face-to-face techniques like "think-pair-share" and "learning stations."
Two teacher guest contributors and I highlight lessons that we learned in the spring, including emphasizing what we can control and not worrying (much) about what is outside of it.
Four educators share how they are going to apply lessons they learned in the spring to this new school year, including by reaching out to students as well as to parents.
Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey (co-authors of "The Distance Learning Playbook"), Dr. Isabel Morales, and Kiera Beddes share lessons they have learned from the spring, including the need for "empathetic feedback" and community-building.
Five educators share recommendations for effective distance learning, including limiting the number of online tools teachers use with students and not assuming that caregivers will be around to help with schoolwork.
All Classroom Q&A posts on Advice for New Teachers (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.
All Classroom Q&A posts on Science Instruction (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.
Wrapping up this series on the dos and don'ts of teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, three educators suggest such strategies as creating online and offline content and embracing uncertainty.
Two educators call for schools to use this time of crisis to focus on equity issues like desegregation and community involvement.