Helping students form habits and explaining they'll get a chance to see their friends are just two ways to motivate them to do their online learning, says educator and researcher Harry Fletcher-Wood.
Two editors explain what it takes for teachers to get published in the education realm, such as doing homework about the education book field and the publishers, knowing the audience, and focusing the topic.
"Tomorrow will come, and you should make every effort to meet it on your own terms to do what you can, for those you can, for as long as you can," says teacher Susan Scott.
As the duration of school closures turns into months, teachers are invited to share practical questions and concerns they have about their remote teaching.
The podcasts feature 11 educators who share their advice on coping with some of the challenges posed by the COVID-19-sparked school closure crisis.
Four educators share advice with active teachers who might want to write a book, including writing when you can, writing simply, and owning a passion for your subject.
Vernita Mayfield agreed to answer a few questions about her book, "Cultural Competence Now: 56 Exercises to Help Educators Understand and Challenge Bias, Racism, and Privilege."
Six students write about their most memorable teachers and why those educators were important in their lives, citing their listening skills and their ability to "keep it real," among other reasons.
Larry Ferlazzo shares "7 Tips For Remote Teaching" in a new Education Week video.
Teachers are invited to ask their students to write about their online learning experiences during the COVID-19 crisis.