Lessons from Covid-19 – 5 key strategies to prepare for the new school year
Recorded, Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020 | 2:00 PM EST | 8:00 PM CEST
Free webinar for teachers, district leaders and technology leaders.
Educators like you have done a remarkable job to keep learning going when the coronavirus pandemic led to school and university closures in every continent. More than 1.5 billion youth – 90% of the world’s student population – were affected. But how do you plan for the new ‘transitional school year’?
This webinar includes tips on:
- Lessons learned from the Covid-19 shutdowns
- Insights on possible scenarios including hybrid learning
- Identifying the best framework for each scenario
- Addressing and mitigating learning loss
- Supporting teachers and students through the transition
- Step-by-step checklist and resources package
Rachel Riggio, was an educator for more than 20 years before joining itslearning. She has firsthand knowledge on how to quickly and effectively set up effective frameworks for hybrid and elearning programs. As our Customer Success Manager, Rachel has helped schools and districts successfully implement blended learning and online learning days. She will share valuable tips, and lessons learned to ensure that the protocol you put in place works best for you.
Joining her is Brenny Kummer, Coordinator of Instructional Technology at Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation in Indiana. In her role, Brenny plans eLearning days for the district. She has also done many presentations on Universal Design for Learning and will share her thoughts, checklist and preparation protocols for the year ahead.
This webinar recording, in English, is for schoolteachers, school administrators and district education leaders. It is not aimed at parents or students. Access the recording by filling up this form.
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