A podcast by and for literacy leaders in K-12 schools.
Student-Driven Instruction & Collaboration ForThe Win
This podcast is hosted by UConn Literacy fellow, Jen Barone, and features a conversation with three other fellows who are all contributors to our free online literacy course: Colleen Morello, Michelle Horn and Pamela Khairallah. They discuss their contributions to the course, their most current thinking about planning for 2020 and their insights on teaching during the pandemic.For information on UConn's free online literacy course, please visit: https://reading.education.uconn.edu/free-online-literacy-course/orhttps://uconn.geniussis.com/Registration.aspx
When the front line is the home front: engaging and supporting parents as partners in learning
An expert on family engagement and (gasp) math teaching talks teaching at home, meeting parents where they are, and the flip side of flipgrid.
Teaching for independence online: writing, reading, parents and the distance toolkit
This conversation with Language Arts Specialist, Colleen Morello covers where we've been, where we're going and what we would and could do differently with distance learning, especially for the youngest (K-2) learners.Transcriptiphone-to-document camera standdocument camera in a boxHusky Sport
Doing Assessment Online - a psychologist's answers to test questions
Clinical psychologist Dr. Joshua Acocella-Stollerman discusses his perspective as someone with both deep and broad knowledge of the mechanics and implications of assessments in students lives. Some of what he shares may surprise you, and will surely inspire you. See the links for transcripts and related articles.APA's advice on tele-assessmentTranscript
Privacy, Private Interests and Public Education Online with Steve Staysniak
Steve Staysniak, High School English teacher at Metropolitan Business Academy in New Haven shares what works, is coming next for his high school students along with the questions he has about privacy, private interests and the future of public education online.Click here for a transcript and a related article on screen time from the New York Times.
Building a literacy community for what comes next with principal Jen DeRagon
Principal Jen DeRagon describes what's working, what's happening and, most importantly, how she's thinking about what's next in online learning for her school.