Teaching and learning connect through assessment. Whether virtual or in person, basic principles apply. Getting and receiving good feedback on distance learning is possible, doable, and potentially meaningful to teachers and students.
In these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that we, as faculty, help students finish well. We can do that in three ways: engage students’ minds, maintain expectations, and communicate gratitude.
What is Working in Elementary Distance Learning
Jon Eckert from the Baylor Center for Christian Education, discusses what is working for distance learning for elementary students.
Teacher Shortage and Strategic Compensation: Conversation with Jon Eckert
Jon and I have had prior conversations on Collective Leadership, and I’ve become more convinced that building the professional and leadership capacity of educators within our schools and profession who enjoy doing hard and innovative work together is the primary way to improve our schools, educational opportunities for students, and the enjoyment of our work. I recently wrote a bit … Read More