Rigorous Instruction for Distance Learning

This workshop begins with a discussion of what rigor is and is not, specifically for as it pertains to distance learning.

This workshop begins with a discussion of what rigor is and is not, specifically for as it pertains to distance learning. Three areas that Barbara Blackburn identifies with rigor (environment, instruction, and demonstrated learning) will be addressed. Strategies and tools to promote meaningful and engaging learning will be explored. Lastly, participants will have the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned, brainstorm techniques they could use with their own classes and troubleshoot possible obstacles. Teachers will leave with activities and lessons they can use immediately in their distance learning.

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Curriculum Specialists
Instructors

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