Author: Tracey Tokuhama, Ph.D., 2021
This practical resource draws on the best of neuroscience to inform decisionmaking about digital learning. We live in unprecedented times that have pushed schools to make many decisions that have been postponed for years. This handbook will help teachers make the most of this opportunity by showing them how to use digital tools to differentiate learning, employ alternative options to standardized testing, personalize learning, prioritize social-emotional skills, and inspire students to think more critically. The author identifies gems in quality teaching that coincide with how the brain learns best and are amplified in online contexts, including 40 evidenced-informed pedagogies. This book will help all educators move online teaching and learning to new levels of confidence and success.
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