Teaching from a distance doesn’t mean we have to give up core beliefs about how our students learn to read.
I’m still going to engage students in reading high-interest, complex texts.
I’m still going to demonstrate strategic thinking for students.
I’m still going to gradually release responsibility.
I’m still going to have private reading/writing conferences with individual students (on platforms where I can send other students to their own meeting rooms or to the waiting room).
Here are a few notes on how I’ve used the three-phase plan which puts these core beliefs into action during distance learning lessons.
Hope this helps.