As school districts look to prepare for the future, what we now know for certain, is that nothing about the future is certain. While schools put tools and processes in place to support remote learning during the past year, the experience for many teachers and students left much to be desired.
While many schools may return to a new normal in the fall, this may ultimately be a blend of remote and in-person instruction. And the question still remains – what should teaching and learning contingency plans look like in the future? We’ll answer other questions including:
- What are the technologies that can support an effective hybrid learning experience?
- How can school leaders ensure their teachers and staff are supported and can deliver a high-quality curriculum experience?
- And more, including yours!
Register now for our panel session as we seek to explore these questions and more.
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