Transition effectively to a new schedule and create engaging, student-centered classes.
In response to extensive research on teaching and learning, many schools, whether conducting classes online or in-person, are transitioning to extended periods—but aren't sure how to carry out this process.
You might ask:
How do teachers support students learning in extended class periods?
Should lessons, activities, and assessments change in response to longer classes?
What methodologies and approaches work best?
An Asynchronous Learning Course to Help Your Teachers
ISM, an industry leader with 45 years of experience working with private schools, has created an asynchronous online learning course to help teachers deliver lessons in extended periods. This course is built with cognitive science in mind, helping teachers and students in the areas of long-term retention, critical thinking, and deep understanding.
This course is offered as a school-based cohort model. This empowers teachers to learn and grow together through discussion boards built into the course. This course is for teachers of all subjects at all levels but is particularly useful for middle and upper school teachers.
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