Teaching about Arguments & Arguments about Teaching
Addendum #3: Arguing for Clarity and Using MacGuyver Strategies: “Emergency Remote Learning” Conditions During COVID-19
Project-Based Learning advocate A.J. Julian shares good and timely counsel as he revises what he and other educators have been calling “distance learning” or “online learning” in “This Is Not Distance or Online Learning.” He rightfully clarifies that what we’re doing is actually “emergency remote learning.” The distinction is helpful and practical for guiding teachers,Continue reading “Addendum #3: Arguing for Clarity and Using MacGuyver Strategies: “Emergency Remote Learning” Conditions During COVID-19”
How CBT strategies can make Seligman’s ABCs even more effective for overcoming procrastination and promoting resilience.
(Also, Deconstructing Senioritis)
These are the times that try our sense of humor. Here are four of my favorite short bits of humor that relate to argument, literature, or communication.
Addendum: Five good links for helping you think through distance learning and teaching during the social distancing caused by COVID-19.
How practicing “D” for Distancing and (gentle) Disputation can help us grow more resilient. (Also, some quick thoughts about focused and effective approaches to distance learning.)
How Martin Seligman’s ABCs of growing through adversity might help students and educators.
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