What Works When Teaching Remotely? A Rapid Evidence Review
From the site: "The COVID-19 global pandemic prompted school closures across the United States, requiring students to attend school remotely. With the goal of providing relevant information to educators and administrators, the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) conducted a rapid evidence review to report on what works in distance learning programming. The process began with a call for nominations of rigorous research that evaluates the effectiveness of distance learning practices or products.
This page includes all products created for the Rapid Evidence Review of Distance Learning including a list of all nominations from the field and studies included in the screening with their relevant entries from ERIC and the What Works Clearinghouse Reviews of Individual Studies Database, the WWC Rapid Evidence Review of Distance Learning Programs Report, the WWC Rapid Evidence Review of Distance Learning Programs Report – Technical Appendix, and all supporting infographics."