Blog of the week:
A really useful summary, chapter by chapter, of Doug Lemov’s book.
Deb reflects oh her first week back to remote teaching.
During the last lockdown we wrote a number of blogs on remote teaching. We have put them all together in one place for ease of use.
On the Research School blog:
In this blog Adam explores how we can exploit these two aspects of cognitive science when remote teaching.
Other useful links:
- Fran Haynes has produced this 5 minutes video on supporting students with reading and explicit vocabulary instruction during remote learning.
- Distance Learning – a summary. Written back in November this blog from Chris Runeckles summarises three key sections of evidence connected to remote learning.
- In the TES – ‘Remote Learning: How to apply Rosenshine’s principles’
- In this EEF blog, the evidence around live remote teaching and pre-recorded videos is discussed.
- The TES have collated a huge number of links to resources that will support remote learning.
- Interesting article in the Los Angeles Times about why remote learning is hard and what we can do about it.
- In the TES – Are live lessons better than recorded ones?
- This video explores how a teacher uses the ‘chat’ facility to check student understanding during a remote lesson.