Instructional Strategies that Work In-Person and Remote

As certain districts reconsider going remote, remaining flexible doesn't mean rewriting instruction. 

Our Instructional Designer Esther runs through instructional strategies that accelerate learning, whether you're in-person, hybrid, or distance teaching.  

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Distance Learning

Use the Same Strategies as in the Classroom

Distance Learning

Use Audio in Remote Learning

Distance Learning

Use the Right Images

Distance Learning

Teach your Students How to Navigate the Internet

Distance Learning

Avoid Redundancy

Distance Learning

Psychological vs Behavioral Engagement

Distance Learning

Don't Overload Your Learners

Distance Learning

Focus on the Learner, not the Technology

Distance Learning

Learners Have a Limited Capacity for Info

Distance Learning

Use Words and Images

Distance Learning

Keep Words and Images Together

Distance Learning

Decluttering your Lessons
Part 1: Avoid Distractions

Distance Learning

Decluttering your Lessons
Part 2: Simplify Your Visuals

Distance Learning

Decluttering your Lessons
Part 3: Get Rid of Extra Text

Leading Teams

Maximize Use of Messaging

Leading Teams

Communication Tips

Leading Teams

Communication Tips

Leading Teams

Don’t Micromanage

Leading Teams

Communication Tips

Leading Teams

Use a "Highlights" Email