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Teaching Memo: My EdWeek Opinion Article – Hybrid Teaching Dos and Don’ts

Recently, I asked some 6th graders, “How do our to-do lists compare with Ms. M.’s playlists?”

“Yours are awful, Mr. Capone,” came the unflinching reply.

I smiled. “OK. Tell me why.” Continue reading

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Teaching Memo – Hybrid Teaching: Dos and Don’ts (that didn’t make the cut)

Need some tips on teaching concurrently / in a hybrid model? Here are some dos and don’ts for how to succeed at teaching remote and in-person students simultaneously. Continue reading

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It’s Time to End Direct Instruction

Direct instruction. I’ll tell you what you need to know. You record it, train yourself to know it, and then repeat it back, apply it to something else, or synthesize that knowledge plus some other knowledge in producing original work. … Continue reading

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