In a recent conversation with Dr. Anita Archer — author and beloved teacher of teachers — offered suggestions for adapting evidence-based instructional practices to a remote learning environment.
Dr. Archer shared:
“Good instruction is good instruction … In this time, people are thinking more about the technology than what we know about good instruction.”
Watch our four-part series with Dr. Archer and then let us know how these strategies worked for you and if you have other ideas for adapting instruction to distance learning. Email us or share on Twitter by tagging @PivotLearning.
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Dyslexia is top-of-mind in many districts as more states pass legislation to improve supports for students with dyslexia and other word reading difficulties. We work at both the district and school levels to provide insight and guidance to help ensure all students become strong readers. Specifically, Pivot Learning can work with schools and districts to:
If you’d like to speak to someone about how Pivot Learning can support your district to improve outcomes for students with word reading difficulties like dyslexia, please email Dr. Carrie Thomas Beck at CORE.