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Lesson planning for flexible learning: In conversation with Dr Jane Pollock

Ended Jul 31, 2020

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This is a 35 minute recorded conversation between Dr Jane Pollock, Shoshi Vorchheimer (Director of teaching and learning at Leibler Yavneh College) and ISV advisor Will Hanley.  

Students were poised to return and Shoshi is discussing the experience of distance teaching and learning through the lens of the work her team completed with Dr Pollock through the Raising Student Achievement project.


This learning event is right for you if you are interested in creating frameworks to develop purposeful learning targets and assist students to become reflective thinkers

Presenter information

Dr Jane Pollock

Dr Pollock, co-author of ASCD bestseller, Classroom Instruction That Works (2001), works worldwide with teachers, coaches and principals on instruction and supervision.  Her work results in improved student achievement at the classroom and school levels.  An EL and classroom teacher, Dr Pollock worked as a district administrator and senior researcher for McREL Research Laboratory.

Dr Pollock is a prolific writer including Improving Student Learning One Teacher at a Time (2007/2019) and her latest The i5: teaching thinking, teaching innovation (2018).  Her current manuscript pending publication is The Teacher Knowing-Doing Gap.

ISV co-host

Will Hanley

Advisor, Innovation practice