As published in EdWeek Classroom Q & A: Lessons Learned From 'Quaranteaching' Part 1
One of the surprise lessons learned while we were quaranteaching focused on empathetic feedback. It was not a term either of us had heard, but ...
As published in ASCD: The Skill, Will, and Thrill of Reading Comprehension
...models for helping teachers develop students' comprehension have not kept pace with the knowledge about what comprehension is. While there are strategies, such as modeling or reciprocal teaching, a unifying framework for reading comprehension instruction remains elusive. The education field needs a structured approach to comprehension instruction.
As published in SmartBrief: 4 steps for powerful distance learning experiences
Regardless of what school looks like in the fall, it seems clear that distance learning will play a role in the lives of learners for at least the short term. Thus, it is our collective responsibility to make the experience as powerful as possible while recognizing the inherent difficulties of teaching from a distance. Based on our experiences as professors of educational leadership, and those of over 70 teachers who shared their virtual classrooms with us, we have some recommendations.
Distance Learning Playbook Institutes - find one that fits your schedule.
Distance learning is likely to be a reality in the fall. We’re offering institutes to help teachers prepare.
Keynote Speaker, Douglas Fisher
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The Distance Learning Playbook
The Distance Learning Playbook published on July 7, 2020 and hit #1 Amazon Best Seller status!
The On-Your-Feet Guide to Teaching Study Skills
The On-Your-Feet Guide to Teaching Study Skills published July 1, 2020!
Coming Soon: Comprehension for Grades K-12
Publishing September 15, Comprehension; The Skill, Will, and Thrill of Reading, Grades K-12 by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and Nicole Law