Expert Instruction Podcast
Distance Learning
Data-based decision making
Aug 24, 2020

Ep. 1: Adapting Practices for Distance Learning

We started a podcast! In this first episode, get some quick tips from our trainers on how you can adapt your in-person instruction for distance learning.

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​Teach by Design is your home for transforming complex research into straight-forward, practical solutions. Every month, we give you the tools and strategies you need to make your classrooms more effective and equitable places where you spend more time teaching and less time negotiating student behavior. Each article requires hours of our own research and really interesting conversations with experts, leaders, practitioners, and scholars who have dedicated their lives to mastering the topic. There's only so much we can pack into a blog post. So, we thought, why not bring these experts to you!

Today we launch the first episode of Expert Instruction: The Teach by Design Podcast. In this episode, we wanted to explore one of the six back-to-basics strategies we listed in our August Teach by Design article. Specifically, how do you take the good teaching practices you already know and adapt them for distance learning? We talked to two of our PBISApps trainers to learn what they did to make their in-person trainings effective in online spaces.

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Megan Cave

About

Megan Cave

Megan Cave is a member of the PBISApps Marketing and Communication team. She is the writer behind the user manuals, scripted video tutorials, and news articles for PBISApps. She also writes a monthly article for Teach by Design and contributes to its accompanying Expert Instruction podcast episode. Megan has completed four half marathons – three of which happened unintentionally – and in all likelihood, will run another in the future.