Evidence-Supported Instructional Practices: Simplicity vs Rigor in the Online Classroom

Courtney Ostaff, Instructor at the Well-Trained Mind Academy

Twitter: @StuckIn48403550

VIDEO SESSION: Simplicity vs Rigor in the Online Classroom

Session

This video addresses simplicity versus rigor in the online classroom through the twin pillars of curricula and planning.

About Courtney Ostaff

Courtney Ostaff

Courtney Ostaff is an Experienced Online K-12 Teacher. She blogs and offers resources and insights about online teaching at https://courtneyostaff.com/.

Supplementary Resources

Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning – Brown, Roediger, & McDaniel

The Knowledge Gap – Natalie Wexler

Why Don’t Students Like School? – Dan Willingham

Teach Like a Champion – Doug Lemov

Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes – Darby and Lang

Published by erickalenze

educator and writer

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