Well, I didn’t expect as much of a response to the previous post, but if anything is clear, most of us are in agreement that our current situation is emergency remote teaching/learning (not online/distance learning).
So, where do we go from here?
I have seen so many in the education community rise up to share out resources, tools, strategies, and structures to support the current situation.
In fact, it can feel like we are drinking from a firehose at times (sorry, I’m contributing to that as well).
But, we also have thousands of educators in our community right here who are doing emergency remote teaching in all kinds of situations.
We have teachers and admin in every position, every grade level, and every subject area in our community. They work in every type of community and situation. Let’s learn from each other on what is working RIGHT NOW.
It is definitely not perfect for any of us, but that’s not the point. If we can listen, look, and learn from each other, maybe we’ll be able to take away something that will work with our kids and our community.
This week I am going to be hosting FOUR Live Webinars. But, they’ll be a bit different. The focus is going to be on sharing strategies, structures, and tools that are working right now – shared by all of you in our community.
Sign-up for your grade level webinar below, and you’ll also be prompted to share what is working right now in your current situation (if you are unable to make the live time, please still sign up so you’ll receive the webinar replay and resources):
K-2 Webinar Time: 8pm EDT on Wednesday, April 8th
3-5 Webinar Time: 9pm EDT on Wednesday, April 8th
6-8 Webinar Time: 8pm EDT on Thursday, April 9th
9-12 Webinar Time: 9pm EDT on Thursday, April 9th
If you just want to share what is working right now in your situation, please fill out this form so we can feature it during the webinar.
Thanks for all you are doing each and every day!
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