We know that educators and leaders have spent the last couple of months scrambling to meet the immediate needs of learners in their community. Thank you to each and every one of you for everything you’ve done to make the best out of this challenging situation. Now that the end of the school year is here, we’re shifting our Getting Through series from stories and advice to support remote learning or long term closures, to getting ready for the complex work of reopening schools this fall.
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In today’s episode, Tom is sitting down with former Governor Jeb Bush, to discuss all things digital learning.
InnovateEDU and Brooklyn LAB have assembled a scheduling map for reopening schools this fall to help address the who, what, where, when and how's of reopening.
On Friday, June 19th Getting Smart hosted a webinar focusing on the challenges and complexity of reopening school in fall 2020. Here are some of the key takeaways and resources.
By: Joe Ableidinger. Many school systems are considering 50/50 split plans for reopening in Fall 2020. Ed leaders ought to consider this Model Hybrid Reopening Framework.
David Ross creates a Maslow-inspired hierarchy of needs to encourage educators to focus on a progression of actions to ensure their work will be successful.
As social-emotional learning becomes more integrated into our systems of learning, we must consider a specific structure to tend to the whole child returning to some form of schooling in the fall, looping.