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Almost one year ago, a short article titled “Beyond coronavirus – the path to the next normal in education” was published by Corwin Press (Westover, 2020) which provided guidance for district and school leaders to navigate the imminent uncertainty and chaos of the global pandemic. Oddly enough, the predicted changes caused by the coronavirus unfolded over the course of the past year in

Visible Learning

Why do meta-analyses of summer school suggest that it’s not very useful in ensuring students’ learning?  If you follow John Hattie’s work, you know that

The negative effects from teaching during COVID-19 are a hot topic. While there have been positives resulting from the pandemic—especially the need to value and teach self-regulation and to have teachers engage in higher levels of release of

Before you read any farther, I want you to consider the following.  How would your students, whether face-to-face, hybrid, or at a distance, respond to

Teaching Methods

Attention is under siege more than it has ever been in human history, we have more distractions than ever before, we have to be more

Over twelve months of distance learning was nothing we were prepared for, but the experience has led to heightened expertise with technology, a glimpse into the

Welcome back! In the previous blog post, we unpacked the first two phases of the Discovery (DIIE) model: discovery and interventions. The first post highlighted the