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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.
EAB has identified five quality strategies to guide teachers in their virtual and hybrid classrooms.
Leaders at K-12 school districts—who already battle public scrutiny and decision fatigue—are forced to rethink their operating models amid the pandemic and can’t afford to make uninformed choices. Access our checklists with key leadership decisions and evidence-based recommendations for virtual, in-person, and hybrid school districts.
Cybersecurity in the COVID-19 Era: How Chief Technology Officers and Superintendents can Keep Up with Evolving Threats
EAB experts will share insights about the evolving cybersecurity challenges our school systems face and quick wins bolster security in the COVID-19 era.
With COVID flare-ups across the country, teachers and unions are forcefully voicing health and safety concerns about returning to the classroom.
Most districts haven’t yet developed comprehensive “Return to Learn” plans. EAB previews the most important questions districts have to get right, learning lessons from other countries’ and states’ reopening experiences to inform your spring and summer planning.
EAB is hosting a series of online sessions, providing key insights that are relevant to addressing the COVID-19 crisis. Northshore School District in Bothell, WA, was among the first in the Seattle area to switch to online instruction and Superintendent, Dr. Michelle Reid will share her experience.
Many K-12 schools are postponing final decisions and announcements about end-of-year events like graduation or prom because they often aren’t scheduled until May or June. Read this insight for guidance on how to prepare for graduation and prom during this unprecedented time.
To increase staff engagement and promote a culture of continuous improvement, it is important to create a program evaluation process. This research report discusses how eight districts approach program evaluation.