We’ve compiled a list of three high priority professional development topics for school leaders before the 2021- 2022 school year to promote recovery from COVID-19 learning loss.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced school leaders to question the habits and assumptions that contribute toward our leadership styles. Challenges that never seemed urgent before suddenly became critical: How do we serve all students equitably through virtual-only instruction? How can we forge active partnerships with caregivers at home? What role do social and emotional supports play in student achievement? As school leaders prepare for the 2021-2022 school year, we must consider how our old leadership styles need to evolve to meet…
We can look to research about summer learning loss to predict how COVID-19 will impact the achievement gap, identify the students most at-risk for learning loss, and find practical action steps to promote educational excellence for all students.
Vulnerable student populations, such as students of color and students with IEPs, were (and have continued to be) disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’ll share four strategies for your school or district to create an equitable and inclusive blended learning environment for all students.
What do the terms "differentiation", "individualized instruction", and "personalized learning" mean, and how do these instructional approaches benefit students?