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The COVID pandemic has forced millions of teachers in elementary schools, high schools, colleges, and universities around the world to re-think their basic craft. How can we facilitate learning through a thin stream of electrons that produces fuzzy images and delayed audio? Every single one of us should read Teaching Effectively with Zoom. Written by one of the most effective teachers in the business, Dan Levy offers highly practical guidance about how to utilize the many features of the ubiquitous Zoom platform -- from polling to chats to breakout rooms -- to achieve a wide range of pedagogical objectives. This book will certainly make you a better teacher on Zoom, but it will also make you a better teacher in the classroom when we don't have to rely on Zoom anymore.

Archon Fung
Winthrop Laflin McCormack Professor
and former Academic Dean at the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University

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Thank you, Dan Levy, for taking us beyond backgrounds and breakout groups - and for putting the student experience at the center of the online learning discussion. The sudden COVID-induced shift to e-learning has been a ferocious jolt; in a blink, the methods used by K-12 teachers to assess student understanding in real-time, get students collaborating on rich and meaningful problems, and keep the learning exciting and engaging have been ripped away. In his guide, Levy combines a strong base of the science of learning with real-life examples from his classroom and those of his colleagues to put those learner-centric goals within reach again. And the techniques are doable! As I read, I kept thinking, "I can do that." Check out chapter 4 on the variety of ways to use polls to get a quick check on student understanding. In my career as a K-12 classroom teacher, instructional leader, and teacher developer, I've always wondered about how much attention higher ed professors pay to teaching outcomes. In 15 years of "talking shop" with Dan, I can say with great confidence that he's an outcomes geek, and I'm grateful that he's directed his energy toward this absolutely essential guide. Read it today, and reach more students tomorrow!

Dave Meyers
CEO and Co-founder of Teachers Connect
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This eminently practical, reader-friendly guide offers instructional wisdom that will make newcomers' entry into teaching online easier, and gives even seasoned instructors some fresh strategies and tips. As Dan Levy pulls back the curtain on his own teaching journey, he shares a wealth of detailed explanations, frameworks, and grounded practice. His approach to the book mirrors his commitments as an educator and colleague: when learning comes first, effective teaching will follow.

Allison Pingree
Senior Instructional Coach, Harvard University

About the Author

Dan Levy has been a faculty member at Harvard University for over 15 years, where he has held various positions related to promoting excellence in teaching and learning. He currently serves as the faculty director of the Public Leadership Credential, the Harvard Kennedy School's flagship online learning initiative. His teaching was featured in Instructional Moves, a project conducted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education aimed at helping faculty incorporate and refine high-leverage teaching practices. He co-founded Teachly, a web application aimed at helping faculty members to teach more effectively and more inclusively. He has won several teaching awards, including the university-wide David Pickard Award for Teaching and Mentoring. He is passionate about effective teaching and learning, and enjoys sharing his experience and enthusiasm with others.

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