ASCD Special Report: A New Reality: Getting Remote Learning Right

Published: April 15th, 2020

Please see the following series of articles focused on supporting remote learning from ASCD Educational Leadership:

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Educational Leadership
This Educational Leadership® special report aims to provide guidance and spark reflection, discussion, and problem-solving on the unprecedented challenges facing school leaders and educators during the novel coronavirus crisis. Bringing together a range of expert educator voices, it spotlights technological and instructional best practices for remote learning in difficult circumstances, while also exploring ways to address critical issues around student equity, well-being, and social-emotional learning. While there are no easy answers, we hope this resource, which is free and open to all users, serves as a basis for impactful collaboration and decision-making as schools move forward.
Special Report, April 15, 2020 | Volume 77 | Number 10
Justin Reich
To ensure equity and engagement in remote learning, schools need to zero in on key priorities, including enrichment and manageable projects.
Restoring Connection: Real-Life Advice on Transitioning to Online Learning Anthony Rebora Distance-learning expert Mike Flynn shares tips on moving to teaching online in a difficult time.
Catlin R. Tucker
How to build community and create student-centered lessons.
Lee Ann Jung
To support special education students during school shutdowns, educators need close coordination and a focus on what matters most.
Jessica Minahan
Teachers can play a huge role in helping students with anxiety or trauma histories feel safe—even from a distance.
A New Reality
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Educational Leadership Digital Edition
Michael B. Horn
School districts must keep students’ needs and individual circumstances front and center.
Anthony Rebora
How the nation’s second largest school district is retooling to continue instruction and support students in need.
Dena Simmons
With students dispersed, schools and our society must confront long-simmering inequities.
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