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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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom speaks with John Watson about the great promise of online learning.
If we want students to be prepared to flourish in an unpredictable future, we shouldn’t be focused on the future at all: we should be focused on ensuring they flourish now. Erin Lynn Raab explores the term VUCA and its significance when designing for today's schools.
The need for students to develop skills in coding and in STEM related fields is growing however there are either real or perceived barriers to providing these opportunities for students. What resources are available?
Let’s not aspire to return to “normal” and instead use what we have learned and expand promising innovations to better serve all students.
Continuing the digital curriculum is not an easy feat for all educators. Kiddom is a great resource for growing ELA in a time of virtual learning.
Today, up to 1 in 4 Americans say they won't get vaccinated. Public institutions can help curb worries about safety and side effects to promote equitable access to COVID 19 vaccinations.