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More than 7,000 educators have joined our At-Home Virtual Summits and Webinars to gain insights from a team of experts on topics related to distance learning best practices for i-Ready implementation, math and reading instruction, and ways to stay connected. Session recordings may be accessed below. Let the learning continue!
How to Stay Connected When We Are Apart
Many educators have had to say goodbye to seeing their students in person, maybe for the rest of the year. Change is hard; however, in this session, we talk about how we can still stay connected to each other and our students.
Practical Student Engagement Tips in an Impractical World
To keep engagement and discourse alive, consider a few key best practices and add a little creativity. This session explores ways to keep engagement and discourse thriving in synchronous, asynchronous, or family-led classrooms.
Explore ways to keep mathematical discourse thriving in virtual classrooms. It is still possible with a few key best practices and a little creativity. This session also includes a lesson demonstration and student modeling.
We will explore the progression of learning spanning from kindergarten to high school to experience how math skills developed in the early years prepare students for Algebra 1. No matter what grade you teach, you will find something to use with your students to propel them forward.
Effective Use of PHONICS for Reading in a Time of Remote Instruction
Struggling readers need to continue their journey toward accurate, fluent reading that supports comprehension. Dr. Anita L. Archer discusses how to adapt the PHONICS for Reading program to remote instruction.
Supporting and Engaging Students in Math Thinking and Discourse Remotely
Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta, authors of Routines for Reasoning and co-authors of Ready Classroom Mathematics, share strategies for engaging students in mathematical thinking and discourse while teaching remotely. Teachers will leave with resources to help them manage online learning and strategies to use in remote learning settings.
This session includes a discussion of the importance of high-quality instructional resources that are aligned to the standards and a shareout of available, free math and reading resources that focus on the major skills for each grade for K–8.
It’s never been easier to find online resources to supplement your curriculum, yet how do you know if any of it is good? This session shares research from the Fordham Institute and provides guiding principles for your classroom or school.