Hybrid learning is the most popular model for educating K-12 students during the pandemic and is likely to continue in some form in many places well into the 2021-22 school year. But that mix of in-person and remote instruction is hard to do well, it can be exhausting, and there are different approaches within the model itself. What strategies, tactics, and technology tools are working well, and which ones are not? What can teachers do to balance serving students who are physically in the classroom and students who are at home on any given day? These and other questions are top of mind for teachers, principals, and district leaders. This interactive webinar will feature a video conversation about hybrid learning that will be driven mostly by questions you and other educators submit before and during the webinar.
Moderator Kevin Bushweller, an assistant managing editor for Education Week, will review those pre-submitted questions and identify the themes generating the most interest. Our panel of experts will address those themes during the live webinar, which will be available on-demand after the event.
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