Teaching & Learning Resources

March 2021

Teaching and Learning Tech Resources


The words “cook” and “chef” seem kind of like synonyms. And in the real world, they’re often used interchangeably. But in this post, when I say chef, I don’t mean any ordinary chef. I mean the trailblazing chef—the kind of chef who invents recipes. And for our purposes, everyone else who enters a kitchen—all those who follow recipes—is a cook.

AJ. Juliani Article

Self-Regulation in Blended Learning Environments

“Students don’t do the asynchronous work.” “Students don’t work unless I am monitoring them.” “Students will only do the work if I grade it.” I hear statements like this every week. Teachers are frustrated by what they perceive as a lack of focus, engagement, and motivation. I can empathize with their frustration, but I attribute these behaviors to underdeveloped self-regulation skills, especially in online and blended learning environments.

Caitlin Tucker

Visible Learning + Principles in Distance learning

How to make learning "stick" in a virtual classroom.

Watch this YouTube Video that explains Visible Learning and Principles in Distance Learning

The Reading Corner

Updated Guidance from NYSED

Education Law 2D- Student and Teacher Data Privacy

Before you use an free website with your students (where they have to create an account or use their email address), you check this list to see if it is compliant with Education Law 2D. If you have any questions, please contact Marcy Sweetman

CTLE Requirements

Staff that require Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) hours can check their Registration Status in TEACH by selecting “View Registration Status” on the TEACH Home screen.

Your Current Registration Period will be listed at the top of the page in a blue bar.

As more information comes out from the state about verifying your hours, we will share it with you.

If you have questions about your CTLE hours contact Marcy Sweetman- msweetman@cvcougars.org

Cassadaga Valley Central School District

The mission of the Cassadaga Valley Central School District is to provide, through a dedicated staff and supportive community, a learning experience enabling our students to become responsible citizens who have a high degree of self-esteem; have the ability to think creatively and logically; manage personal resources; apply current technologies to their daily lives; understand the workings of our global society; and appreciate the contributions of the arts, philosophies and heritage."