Acceleration vs. Remediation: Research-Driven Strategies to Address Learning Loss - Shared screen with speaker view
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Read more about this topic in an article co-written by Dr. Steiner, “Acceleration, not remediation: Lessons from the field” - https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/acceleration-not-remediation-lessons-field
Curriculum Associates paper, “Understanding Student Needs: Early Results for Fall Assessments” - https://www.curriculumassociates.com/-/media/mainsite/files/i-ready/iready-diagnostic-results-understanding-student-needs-paper-2020.pdf
Curriculum Associates paper, “Overcoming the Digital Divide: Distance Learning-Successes during the Pandemic” - https://www.curriculumassociates.com/-/media/mainsite/files/i-ready/iready-digital-divide-2020.pdf
Read Dr. Kraft’s co-authored working paper, “A Blueprint for Scaling Tutoring Across Public Schools" here: https://edworkingpapers.com/sites/default/files/ai20-335.pdf
Why put money into a bolted on accessory program rather than investing in a PD pipeline to grow capacity and knowledge of educators? For example, why not bolster MTSS to address learning loss and acceleration? Is intervention effective if a school has ineffective core reading and/or math instruction?
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Read more about effective and ineffective strategies to address learning loss in this paper by Dr. Steiner, “Don't remediate, accelerate! Effective catch-up learning strategies: evidence from the United States” - https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000374029?fbclid=IwAR0RpCfkHaTCPhtcO9i5QMRPnTdw3nNBtuoC2-QzISkY1Og5wdICF0Mc6Xg
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Where are the teachers coming from to do the tutoring? The shortage of teachers which existed prior to COVID have only been amplified, including teachers and families need to quarantine.
Mike Schmoker's Focus is a great read and does a phenomenal job of showing how to simplify and clarify standards. Dr. Steiner, thank you for adding the focus on simplifying and clarifying skills.
I wonder if Dr. Kraft is considering all of the COVID precautions that schools need to implement when suggesting community members and peers do tutoring - there are real proximity concerns in this model. Can Dr. Kraft suggest what this model would look like in COVID?
Learn more about a research-based survey, School Culture 360™, created by Johns Hopkins to assess school culture here: https://edpolicy.education.jhu.edu/school-culture/
Remote tutoring is a definite possibility - we just don’t have a ton of research on the efficacy
Where can we find the study related to the quality of teaching materials being used by teachers?
TNTP: The Opportunity Myth.
See also RAND report on what teachers are using. I can send you this if you email me.
The Opportunity Myth is an excellent read!
TNTP's "Opportunity Myth" report can be found here: https://tntp.org/publications/view/student-experiences/the-opportunity-myth
With regard to online tutoring efficacy- https://nationaltutoring.org.uk/news/online-tutoring-helps-disadvantaged-pupils-during-lockdown-study-finds thoughts on what we can expect in this study? Or if we can expect more studies on online ?
Thank you for all the links and excellent discussion.
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Thank you for the resources.
Kristen Huff, Curriculum Associates
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Great session - many thanks!
Thank you for the presentation
Thank you! Very informative.
thank you! I'm a parent and this was extremely helpful.
Thank you so much for the insight!