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Remote Learning Could be a Good Time for a Capstone Project

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With many schools closing their doors for the year, a capstone project may be a perfect culminating project that prepares students for their postsecondary plans.

Podcast: Kristi Dominguez & Ellen Dorr: Leading Central Systems Through COVID-19 with Optimism, Hope & Love

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Kelly Niccolls talks with Kristi Dominguez & Ellen Dorr about leading through COVID-19 and these unprecedented circumstances.

Hard Reset: What Will Be New Post Pandemic

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As the emergency brake was pulled on the economy last week, almost everything shut down. Many were laid off, others are trying to figure out how to work from home. The disruption is establishing new baselines in work, learning, healthcare, and governance. In fact, it’s a hard reset on everything.

Voices from the Field: Educational Leadership

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In the second blog of a three-part series on educational perspectives, Erin and Kristen survey educators about educational leadership.

Podcast: Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe: Buildings are Closed, Learning Goes On!

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In a special bonus episode, we talked with Tom Rooney and Scott Rowe about the transition to remote learning amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the Move to Online Learning

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In the midst of school closures nationally, Tom Vander Ark shares suggestions on how to develop the next steps for supporting remote learners.

Voices from the Field: Best Practices

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By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. We can support our teachers and the work they do by valuing their perspective and insights, providing them with the resources specific to their students’ needs, and giving them the autonomy to respond to the variations in learning and circumstance within their classrooms.

Getting Through: Supporting Learners as they Transition to School at Home

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Getting Smart staff members Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss home-bound learning opportunities for students and share resources to help get you started.

Teachers Teach: Content, Online Tools, Assessment

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Our quickly escalating situation has left educators and parents searching for the right content, instructional interaction, and authentic assessment for their students and children.

Podcast: Rachel Wigglesworth on Learning at Home

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More than 36 million of about 50 million US students are learning remotely during the Coronavirus outbreak. But learning at home comes with challenges.

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