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How One School Achieved Record-Setting Engagement During a Pandemic

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When the pandemic hit, Erin Fauteux, the principal of READS Academy, a school for students with high social-emotional needs, knew she needed a way to keep students motivated and engaged. To tackle this challenge, she brought on first-year teacher Chelsea Holdsworth as their virtual learning instructor.

At READS, engagement metrics are tracked 3 times a day, and their numbers are higher than ever before. In this webinar, we are talking with Erin and Chelsea about their secrets to engagement success in the 2020-21 school year, during both virtual and in-person instruction.

In this webinar, you will learn:
1. Best practices for tracking engagement data at your school
2. Examples and tips for keeping students and teachers motivated and engaged
3. Strategies for principals to work with teachers to increase student engagement

Speakers
Erin Fauteux
Principal READS Academy
Chelsea Holdsworth
Remote Learning Teacher READS Academy
Lauren Watkins
Director of Marketing Unruly Studios

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