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Combatting Teacher Shortages: Strategies for Classroom Balance and Learning Success

Wed., October 11, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Join our distinguished principal panel as they share insights on how they are ensuring their staff and students access the most effective learning strategies, tools, and solutions despite staffing shortages and common challenges.

Our esteemed guests will discuss innovative approaches to expanding teacher reach, promoting work-life balance through time-saving solutions, and increasing instructor capacity. They will demonstrate how, through providing the right support, guidance, and understanding, they have successfully nurtured a culture of learning, engagement, and growth.

During this session, attendees will explore:

  • Proven methods for fostering a culture of open communication and feedback, enabling educators to understand and meet their teachers’ needs.
  • Strategies for reflective practice, allowing you to assess what works and make timely adjustments for your staff.
  • Clear steps that every educator can take to ensure teachers are well-informed, trained, and supported for new programs and initiatives.
  • And gain access to valuable resources to assist you in selecting the right programs for your team’s success.
Angie Reeves
Principal, Sedge Garden
Jenny Alyn Key
Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Yadkin County Schools
Sean Gaillard
Principal, The Academy at Middle Fork
Ashley Lemley
Account Executive, DreamBox Learning
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