Virtual and Distance Learning, Learning Loss Planning resources for K-12 Educators and Leaders
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Districts are implementing a multitude of instructional programs; and now that COVID cases are spiking, many are moving away from in-person and back to hybrid, continuous, and distance learning. Equip yourself with new models and practical, tactical support for teachers, families, and leaders. Explore these resources, including our YouTube Playlist to learn how to avoid learning loss, deepen your practice, provide support to your team around instruction, and center on equity in your approaches.
Include - An Equitable Enagement Guide
Education Elements works to dismantle systemic educational inequities using a three-part methodology: Connect, Include, Create. This guide focuses on the second component of that methodology: Include. Download this guide to learn about strategies for including a diversity of voices as you plan, and explores changes to existing systems.
Teacher Guide: Best Practices for Virtual/Remote Classroom Facilitation
Returning back to hybrid or distance learning? Return to our best practices for leading classes.
Distance Learning Checklists for School Leaders
There is a lot to consider when planning for and executing high-impact distance learning that meets the needs of both teachers and students. This resource includes specific checklists for leaders as they plan for and support the implementation of high quality distance learning. Support your teachers now.
Distance Learning Walkthrough Guide
Explore this walkthrough guide for the distance learning classroom - aka "Virtual, Core 4 Look Fors". While many indicators of success and struggle (see the Core 4 of Personalized Learning) remain the same no matter the nature of a classroom – in-person or online. There are unique aspects to distance learning classrooms, captured here.
Connect - An Equitable Engagement Guide
The Connect guide is the first part of a 3-part series on how school and district leaders might improve educational equity through deliberate actions, starting with connecting with their communities and others.
New Webinar Series: Learning Now and Planning for Later. You can register for individual webinars or the full series below.
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