Distance teaching

Using The Westcoast Reader as a Digital Resource

Did you know that The Westcoast Reader is now available as a digital newspaper? This format is great for tutors and other practitioners working remotely. Earlier this year Felisha Chuter …

Camera on? Camera off?

Do your students keep their cameras on during online classes? There are benefits to having cameras on, but there are good reasons to adopt a camera optional policy. To learn …

Tools and Techniques for Online Teaching

Last week we looked at some of the recent Tips for Teaching Remotely. Today, we’re sharing a collection of readings on tools and techniques for online teaching: Distance Learning: Improving …

Ideas for Family Literacy Programs at a Distance

Remote Instruction for Family Literacy Programs: Dealing with COVID-19 Challenges in the Virtual Classroom provides suggestions for dealing with the challenges of providing distance learning in family literacy programs. This …

Tips for Teaching Remotely

Earlier this year many students and teachers made the switch to remote teaching and learning. This was done on short notice and now teachers have had time to reflect on …

New Blended Learning Guide

Want to combine in-person and online instruction for adult literacy students? You’ll want to browse this new guide. The What, Why, Who, and How of Blended Learning for Adult Basic …

Science at Home

What can you learn about science at home? A lot! With schools closed and children learning from home, many new science learning resources for use at home have been created. …