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Teaching During a Pandemic Is Fragile: Self-Care Is Good, Self-Compassion Is Better

- Jon Harper and Mandy Froehlich with Dr. Kristen Neff and Alana Stanton - We are teaching in an uncertain...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020

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10 Ways to Help Students Cope With How COVID-19 Is Disrupting School Life

-Dr. Rosa Isiah with Vanessa Clark- Our normal routines have been drastically altered by the COVID-19...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020

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Why the Two Most Important Online Teaching Skills Today Are Grace and Choice

 – Carl Hooker with Michele Eaton – As schools around the world scrambled to make a rapid transition...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020


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Teaching From Home: How Are You Keeping Your Spirits Up?

 – Tom Whitby, Shawn Thomas, Starr Sackstein and Harvey Alvy – For the first time, some of us are isolated...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020

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We Miss Seeing Our Students, How Can We Fill That Hole in Our Soul?

 – Jon Harper, Mandy Froehlich with Chase Mielke –   It’s becoming more clear daily...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020

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What Teachers Need From Administrators While Shifting to Remote Learning

-Jon Harper and Mandy Froehlich with Phyllis Fagell and Joe Mazza- We are all trying to figure out how to handle...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020


Unmasking the Social Emotional Cost of Going Online Overnight

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Is It Just Me or Are You Struggling to Get Students to Show Up for Online Classes?

– Tom Menella, Jake Habegger, Dan Jones and Peter Santoro – This week student attendance was a big challenge. Why is one teacher getting 20 percent attendance...

By Editorial Team / April 30, 2020

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Pondering the Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education

 – Thomas Mennella – Click on any news link about higher education right now, and you’ll see that the sky is falling. Some will tell you that higher ed is doomed,...

By Errol St.Clair / April 30, 2020



Flipped Learning 1.0 versus Flipped Learning 3.0

We've entered a new era of Flipped Learning. To fully understand the stark differences between the original flipped classroom model and Flipped Learning 3.0 get your free subscription to Flipped Learning Review.
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Flipped Learning: What, Why, Then and How

– Jake Habegger – Being at home for an extended period of time has led to a bit of an existential crisis for me. I recently rewatched Simon Sinek’s TedTalk...

By Jake / April 30, 2020

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Very Good Reasons to Be Hopeful

 – Dan Jones – The phoenix is in ashes. A creature that once was a symbol of power, strength, and shined like the sun is ready to be reborn. The story of the phoenix...

By Dan / April 30, 2020


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The Future of Flipped Learning

– Jake Habegger –   My heart is pounding out of my chest. I feel the beads of sweat slowly trickling down my face. The sound of the opening bell means...

By Jake / April 30, 2020

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Thinking About the Road Ahead

– Peter Santoro – We have been living with our “stay at home orders” and “social distancing” for well over a month now. Society is looking toward a “new...

By Peter / April 30, 2020


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What Do We Need to Think About to Get Kids Back in School? 

– Dan Jones – Since March, remote learning has become our new normal, but there is nothing normal about it. We all desperately want to get back to normal,...

By Errol St.Clair / April 30, 2020

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Closing the Gap

– Peter Santoro – When tragedy strikes us here in the United States, we emerge from the crisis with a “new normal.” After 9/11, the US implemented security...

By Peter / April 30, 2020



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