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Sustaining social-emotional learning is crucial as students and teachers make the big shift to online and distance learning during the coronavirus closures.
The California-Irvine professor and former White House Senior Policy adviser will discuss “The Intellectual Life of Esports” in the inaugural event’s opening session.
Teachers in the Bronx are receiving virtual PD in distance learning from Fordham University; Berea College is feeding K-12 students while schools are closed.
Kansas educators were working on a school redesign project focused on personalized learning, soft skills and community partnerships when the coronavirus closed schools.
With schools closed and shifting to online education due to the coronavirus, a Colorado superintendent says he and his leadership team are not scripting or dictating how teachers deliver virtual instruction.
The shift to remote instruction for Dare County Schools in North Carolina has gone more smoothly thanks to a few years of professional development in online education.
Providing distance learning and school nutrition to less-affluent families required education leaders to find creative solutions for uninterrupted support.
Sharing up-to-date district news communitywide and ensuring that messages are clear, concise and consistent is key, says DA guest columnist Mark D. Benigni, superintendent of Meriden Public Schools in Connecticut.
Competency-based educators in New Hampshire's Sanborn Regional School District constantly develop new performance tasks that allow students to show mastery.
Students at Launch High School will work on experiential, hands-on learning projects through which they will demonstrate mastery of standards.
K-12 leaders transitioning to competency-based education share their learning experiences and offer guidance.
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