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Get a Strong Start to the New School Year

This event occurred on August 18, 2022 4:30 PM EDT.
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Get insights and actions from Education Week journalists and expert guests on how to start the new school year on strong footing.

The 2022-23 school year presents a fresh start, even as the hardships of the pandemic and other traumatic events of the past three years linger and will need educators’ full attention.

The year ahead brings a new opportunity to re-engage students, help teachers find or rediscover their purpose, and cultivate learning environments where kids and teachers feel safe, connected, and excited to learn and grow.

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Agenda

2:00pm ET

Welcome and Introduction

2:20pm ET

Industry Perspective: Scavenger hunting for Digital Literacy

2:30pm ET

Panel Discussion: How To Help Students and Teachers Feel Safe and Connected

3:15pm ET

Industry Perspective: Educator Well-Being: Embracing Emotional Data To Sustain and Support Your Workforce

3:25pm ET

Panel Discussion: Re-Energize Your Teachers in Meaningful Ways

3:55pm ET

Industry Perspective: Revitalizing Education Through Inclusive Learning

4:05pm ET

Interactive Session: Rebuilding Students’ Confidence in Tackling Rigorous Work:  What Will It Take?

4:20pm ET

Closing Thoughts





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