Getting Smart has launched the Getting Through series to support educators, leaders and families on the path forward during such an uncertain time. This series will provide resources and inspiration as we face long term school closures, new learning environments, and address equity and access from a new lens. Whether you are just getting started with distance or online learning, or you’ve had plans in place and have the opportunity to share your work and guidance with others, there is a place for your voice and an opportunity to learn. Interested in contributing to this campaign? Email your stories and ideas to Editor@GettingSmart.com or tweet using #GettingThrough to participate!
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.
Kelly Niccolls talks with Kristi Dominguez & Ellen Dorr about leading through COVID-19 and these unprecedented circumstances.
By: Norton Gusky. In collaboration with his educational colleagues, Norton Gusky identifies ways to redesign learning using the online platform that is their only option for instruction right now.
COVID-19 will surely mark a dramatic change in the teaching practices and employment of many teachers. David Ross highlights some of the many opportunities to be explored in online teaching.
During COVID-19 school closures, teachers have kept the focus on students and not allowed learning to stop. In this time, Whittle School & Studios has launched strategic Professional Learning initiatives to focus on and empower its teachers.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership is more important than ever, especially in building a new generation of learning systems.