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January 25, 2021

Article Notice – CAFE: An Instructional Design Model to Assist K-12 Teachers to Teach Remotely during and beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic

On Friday I posted the TechTrends – ToC Alert and mentioned this article, which I want to specifically highlight this morning.

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CAFE: An Instructional Design Model to Assist K-12 Teachers to Teach Remotely during and beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic

Abstract

The impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic on schools was massive and unprecedented. Many schools were forced to close, and teachers were forced to deliver their instruction online with a very short notice. To assist K-12 teachers to teach remotely, a simple instructional design model, CAFE (Content, Activities, Facilitation, & Evaluation), was created. This article describes the context in which CAFE was created and the three stages of improvement it went through from a simple instructional design table to the instructional design model. It also shares a reflection on the creation and characteristics of CAFE and finally, it ends with the introduction of the CAFE model.

Cite this article

Wang, C.X. CAFE: An Instructional Design Model to Assist K-12 Teachers to Teach Remotely during and beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic. TechTrends 65, 8–16 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-020-00555-8

January 4, 2021

LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JTATE 28:4

No specific K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning articles in this new issue.

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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

Vol. 28 , No. 4 (October 2020)

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  1. Addressing Implicit Bias in Educator Preparation Programs through Search Engines: An Alternative to Implicit Association Tests

    Todd Cherner , University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, ; Alex Fegely , Coastal Carolina University, ; Chrystine Mitchell , York College, ; Cory Gleasman , Tennessee Technical University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/216101/

  2. Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions of Ethical Student Evaluation Practices: Comparing Impact of Online and Face-to-Face Coursework

    Daniel Bergman , Wichita State University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/216138/

  3. Creating a Virtual Space in World Language Teacher Preparation? Considerations for Practice-Based Rehearsals

    Kelly Moser , Mississippi State University, ; Krista Chambless , The University of Alabama at Birmingham, ; Nicole Miller , Mississippi State University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/216918/

  4. Editorial: What We Learned about Technology and Teacher Education in 2020

    Richard Hartshorne , University of Central Florida, ; Emily Baumgartner , Ohio Northern University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/218493/

  5. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/JTATE/v/28/n/4/

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December 30, 2020

New for Online Teachers (K-20): Remote Teaching 101 Course

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December 23, 2020

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December 21, 2020

Current Issue of Education in the North Volume 27(2) published

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We are pleased to inform you about our most recent issue

Remote teaching to ensure equal access to education in rural schools

Editorial: Remote teaching to ensure equal access to education in rural schools

Jakob Billmayer, Jörgen From, J Ola Lindberg & Fanny Pettersson
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/h6z0-a321

Regional perspectives on remote teaching in Sweden
Katarina Öjefors Stark & Jörgen From
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/x7t6-fh57

Digitalization and digital transformation in schools: a challenge to educational theory?
Josef Siljebo
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/b0m3-dk35

Redesigning distance courses to support social and teaching presence in adult and upper secondary education
Charlotta Hilli & Anna Åkerfeldt
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/qvfj-1t89

Remote consultation between special educators and teachers in rural schools in Sweden
Gerd Pettersson & Kristina Ström
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/sf9h-jm93

Finnish upper secondary school students’ experiences with online courses
Liisa Ilomäki & Minna Lakkala
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/jsaz-8714

University studies in the adjacent tab: dimensions of students’ agency and everyday life in the rural north of Finland
Maria Peltola & Teemu Suorsa
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/3w82-8n53

Challenges and opportunities in the education of students with immigrant background in Iceland
Hermína Gunnthórsdóttir & Hanna Ragnarsdóttir
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/hc32-ab90

Technology-enabled professional learning in remote rural minority language classrooms
Rachel Shanks, Christina Walker & Do Coyle
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/wbcx-bv22

Discursive gaps as spaces for Sami educational self-governance: A Bernsteinian analysis of classification and framing
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/ka9m-5d57

Schooling in a time of disruption: the impact of COVID-19 from the perspective of five New South Wales (Australia) secondary principals
Marilyn Chaseling, Julie-Ann Paredes & William E. Boyd
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/xt08-dx83

Online learning in a time of COVID disruption? The experiences of principals from New South Wales rural and disadvantaged primary schools
Julie-Ann Paredes, Marilyn Chaseling & William E. Boyd
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/9bzg-2w21

“I had no idea what online lessons were”: experiencing the lockdown as a student of a rural school
Javid Jafar & Habib Alizade
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/kdvw-h409

New-arrivals challenged by remote teaching: creating solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic
Vesna Busic, Nils Hansson & Kirk P.H. Sullivan
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/2kxf-8b43

Feature: Cross-school collaboration in the Finnish archipelago through Virtual Learning Environments
Charlotta Hilli
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/pdjj-2g43

Feature: Researching school practices with a complementary and symmetrical approach – the case of remote teaching in the rural north of Sweden
Ola J Lindberg, Jörgen From, Tomas Holmgren, Petter Lundberg, Gerd Pettersson, Fanny Pettersson, Linda Rudolfsson & Tobias Thomson
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/f6a9-pk97

Feature: Researching and developing remote teaching in mother tongue tuition
Fanny Pettersson & Peter Hjelm
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/r9kj-tf14

Feature: Defying Distance, Ameliorating Access: School Education for Remote Australian Students
Natalie Downes, Philip Roberts & Michael Barbour
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/jvkj-pb50

Feature: Itinerant encounters beyond the metropolis: expanding sedentary perspectives on teaching through pop-up community classrooms
Christian Hanser
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/1gy5-zk18

Book Review: Crisis, austerity, and new frameworks for teaching and learning: a pedagogy of hope for contemporary Greek education
Nadia Chatzitheodorou
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/pxtb-mt48

Book Review: Educational research: an unorthodox introduction
Chris Gray
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/fr6q-et73

Book Review: Seeing Sense: Visual Literacy as a Tool for Libraries, Learning and Reader Development
David Johnston
Education in the North
https://doi.org/10.26203/pgvx-rp55

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