Don’t let this online experience turn teachers, parents, and students off to online learning! Hear how to make this time engaging and positive.
The unique opportunities and challenges of our rural 安徽快3遗漏s and communities will impact how we meet the needs of our students in an online environment. Others have had success already! Learn the successful practices that are proven for online instruction in rural settings.
It’s a New World! Budgets, Stimulus Funding, contracts and more will be top of mind for our district and 安徽快3遗漏 leaders. Join us to collaborate on how to address these emerging issues.
Thinking ahead, how do you prepare your staff and students to be ready the NEXT time we have a need to go online with all of our teaching and learning. Joy will share practical strategies for creating digital days to prepare for more comprehensive online delivery.
What are the best practices for mentoring students in their 安徽快3遗漏s? Who can mentor these students? How do I get started? Learn the answers to these questions and more for mentoring students in their 安徽快3遗漏s.
Communicating during times of crisis is the “X” Factor in preventing panic and mitigating fears. Eric can help you define specific strategies to build communication and help everyone stay connected.
Meeting the social/emotional needs of our students during these challenging times is as high a priority as meeting their academic needs. Learn strategies that will assist you in this effort.
Helping teachers and your staff manage the weight of the trauma being experienced in today’s environment is an area of concern for all leaders. These strategies will help you identify and manage teacher and staff trauma in today’s environment.
Upon re-entry things will not look the same as they did before the COVID-19 hiatus. Developing a plan for re-entry will be a vital role of the leadership team in your district. Learn from superintendent Michael Conner, some important considerations and suggestions.
Prepare! Practice! Prevent! How do you prepare to identify and manage student trauma in today’s environment? What practices or strategies are most effective? How can you prevent trauma from having effects? Explore how to identify and managing student trauma in today’s environment.
Creating equity for ALL of our students, including our special education students is a priority during online learning. Learn specific strategies for meeting their needs.
COVID-19 cannot become a factor that accelerates student dropout rates. Sandy will share critical strategies for addressing the needs of existing and emerging potential dropout students.
This session will explore how district leaders can positively impact their districts’ decision making practices to develop a network of support and collaborative communication that will reduce ethical risks. The panel will include Dr. Lazaro Ramirez from Texas, a former assistant superintendent of Human Resources, as well as the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent of New Brunswick Public Schools in NJ. The registration link is below, and by registering, the attendee will also receive a link to the recorded version afterwards, which may be shared with others.