Strategies for Engaging Students in 'Meaningful' Online Learning Experiences
Aug. 14, 2020
The new question-of-the-week is:
What are effective instructional strategies to use when teaching an online class?
This new series continues a 25-post "blitz" that began on Aug. 1 supporting teachers as we enter a pandemic-fueled school year.
You can see all the posts from this month, as well as the 60 from the spring, at All Classroom Q&A Posts on the Coronavirus Crisis.
Today, Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, Gina Laura Gullo, and Vivian Micolta Simmons share their suggestions.
A framework for designing learning experiences
Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey are professors of educational leadership at San Diego State University and teacher leaders at Heath Sciences High. They are the authors, with John Hattie, of The Distance Learning Playbook, published by Corwin:
This column is not about tools and apps, even though those are important considerations in online teaching. ...