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Concurrent teaching is one of the hardest hybrid instructional models to master. Many concurrent teachers struggle to give sufficient attention to remote students and over-rely on lecture-style teaching, which is detrimental to student outcomes. Watch this video to learn four concurrent teaching strategies that you can use right away to move beyond whole-group instruction and provide the targeted support students need to succeed.
Most teachers struggle to transition to an A/B model of instruction, with many completely overhauling lessons and schedules from scratch. Watch this video to learn four steps to highly-effective A/B teaching that you can use to deepen learning and student engagement in the A/B hybrid classroom.
Certificates, badges, stackable master’s degrees, and other short-format credentials appear to be a big countercyclical enrollment opportunity for universities. We've outlined six insights on the market realities and challenges of launching certificate programs.
Every teacher must be equipped to instruct in a virtual setting this school year, but many struggle to do this well. This checklist summarizes 20 science-based instruction strategies that are proven to collectively improve learning outcomes in a virtual setting.
Although teachers are experimenting with hands-on learning assignments and online break-out sessions to engage students during online classes, many teachers still notice only a handful of students actively participate on a regular basis. Here are three easy to implement---yet often overlooked—ways to help boost students’ engagement in a synchronous virtual classroom.
In student centered math classes, students reason mathematically, communicate their mathematical thinking to other students, connect math concepts to their experiences, and solve complex, real world math problems rather than solely memorizing procedures. This research explores how districts implement student-centered instruction in math at the high school level. This research focuses on the outcomes of these reforms. The research also addresses how profiled districts train and support teachers and assess the outcomes of student-centered instruction.
District choose to change school start times for a variety of reasons—the most common reasons we found were to support students and improve district transportation. This report examines how to implement a change in school start time, and what effects a stakeholders experience from a change in start time.
Almost all students are expected to enter the fall nearly a full grade-level behind and will likely need to navigate a completely new school environment. As a result, many educators are overwhelmed to cover unprecedented amounts of instructional content in less time. To aid the instructional planning process, EAB developed a Curricula Prioritization Tool to help educators identify and prioritize high-impact content and activities within their existing curricula.
This report explores strategies used by districts that altered their middle school accelerated math pathways to improve equity within pathways and districts that eliminated their middle school accelerated math pathways entirely.
Summary This research brief explores opening a new comprehensive high school in the district. Five profiled districts opened a new high school within the last six years and one profiled district will open a new high school in 2021. This brief provides considerations on program and building design, student placement, staffing, and community engagement. Key […]