In his book Atomic Habits, author James Clear says, “Environment is the invisible hand that shapes human behavior.” So how might a teacher’s practice change if they were no longer within the walls of a traditional classroom? On the episode, learn from a teacher, instructional coach, and fellow podcaster about how teaching in an online environment offers new possibilities.

Significant Quotes:

“You assume online that everyone can “cheat” so ask them something that they can’t Google. That really shows you what they learned; what they understand.”

Natalie Conway
14:60

“I think we are putting value in the wrong metric. Instead of measuring learning in the number of hours a kid is putting in, it should be with whatever it is that they are producing.”

Natalie Conway
23:50

“You can differentiate so robustly online, and you can do it covertly too.”

Natalie Conway
26:00
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