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Shifting to Digital

A Guide to Engaging, Teaching, and Assessing Remote Learners

By: James A. Bellanca, Gwendolyn Battle Lavert, Kate Bellanca

Rely on Shifting to Digital to give you clear, concise, and helpful answers to all of your remote teaching questions. This comprehensive guide provides specific strategies for planning high-engagement instruction, handling technology, assessing collaboration and assignments, and more.

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Shifting to Digital

Rely on Shifting to Digital to deliver clear and concise answers to all of your remote teaching questions. This comprehensive guide provides specific strategies for planning high-engagement instruction, handling technology, assessing collaboration and assignments, and more. You’ll also gain access to a helpful list of digital tools, along with online-specific lessons and projects for various subjects.

  • Learn how to engage and manage multiple students online at one time.
  • Create effective lesson plans that incorporate synchronous and asynchronous instruction based on best-practice cooperative learning and project-based learning.
  • Gauge students' executive function and increase their self-direction—a crucial part of online learning.
  • Understand how to best teach and support English learners and students with special needs.
  • Plan communications for students, parents, and guardians that address technology procedures, expectations, and privacy.

Related Topics

Student EngagementTeacher EfficacyTechnology


Additional Information

Product Code: BKG006

ISBN: 9781952812217

Published By: Solution Tree

Shifting to Digital is a book made for this moment. Teachers need practical guidance on how to use digital technologies to address a host of challenges: from addressing students’ learning gaps, to ensuring that learning continues while students are away from school, to creating more capacity to support students’ social and emotional needs. On these fronts, this book delivers.”

Thomas Arnett, Senior Research Fellow, Clayton Christensen Institute
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