This spring we’ve seen educators adapt and evolve under stressful circumstances. While research from NWEA shows school closures could have far-reaching negative consequences, we believe educators have the ability to overcome these hurdles to ensure all students learn, grow and achieve.
This summit is designed to look at critical challenges and discuss potential actions, in the long- and short-term. Engaging virtual sessions will provide insights, relevant data, and opportunities to engage with experts and educators from around the nation. Participants will also receive research and resources designed to help kickstart fall 2020.
Kick Start for Fall: 4 Principles for Instructional Leaders
Impact of Trauma and Stress: How to Support Your Students and Staff
Equity and Access for Students With Disabilities
Articulating a Plan for Addressing Interrupted Learning: Prioritizing Standards and Curriculum
Teaching and Learning Partnerships: Powerful Levers for Cultivating Student Agency
Continuity Strategies: How to Embrace Distance Learning in the “New Normal”
With all that remains unknown, students and families will continue to rely on the relationships they build with teachers and the greater school community. This discussion will encourage educators to share effective distance learning strategies that keep relationships at the center in an effort to ensure distance learning meets the needs of all students.
Education Week cannot provide professional development credit for attending this summit.