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Continuous Learning for Teachers

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Stating the obvious, teaching during the COVID-19 crisis is not business as usual. The transition to emergency remote learning was not anticipated, and planning and implementation for this shift has taken place at breakneck speed.

Presented below is a recent article written by John Spencer, a teacher, author, and thinker that works to help teachers unleash the creative potential in all of their students. John attempts to push your thinking by offering seven big ideas that he argues should shape your instructional design at this time. He offers his perspective based on years of blended and hybrid teaching, and provides free resources to help smooth the shift toward online teaching.

You may find it easier to read this article directly on John's website (click here). To discover more, visit John's blog and YouTube channel