Maslow Before Bloom’s: Clarifying Our Priorities As Teaching Goes Online

Larry Ferlazzo with Lorie Barber, Cathleen Beachboard, Amy Roediger and David Sherrin

Covid-19 has disrupted the best-laid district plans, school plans, and lesson plans of educators worldwide.  As more schools, teachers, and students are upended by the rapid transition to online learning, what should our priorities be?

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Lorie Barber is a 5th-grade teacher in Illinois and a National Board Certification candidate. She works through an anti-oppressive lens and believes in getting high quality, relatable books into the hands of all of her students. Cathleen Beachboard has served for over a decade as an instructional coach, professional developer, and teacher. Cathleen currently serves as an 8th grade English teacher and department chair for her school in Fauquier County, Va. Her book, 10 Keys to Student Empowerment, features tools to unlock student potential and develop courage in learners to face challenges head-on. Amy Roediger has been teaching science for 28 years and was recently recognized as a PAEMST award winner for Ohio. Amy blogs about the things she tries in her classroom at David Sherrin is the father (and temporary educator) of three young children, a social studies teacher at Scarsdale High School, author of Authentic Assessment in Social Studies: A Guide to Keeping it Real, and recipient of the 2014 Robert H Jackson Center National Award for Teaching Justice. He maintains the teaching website JADE Learning.
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