edWebinar presenters share lessons learned over the past school year and describe successful leadership strategies for navigating the constantly changing challenges districts and schools are currently facing.
In this edWebinar, Aimee Dearmon, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCBA, will discuss the challenges associated with social distancing in school buildings and in classrooms and how to navigate the new guidelines for students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Join this edLeader Panel to see how Virginia Beach City Public Schools utilizes data analytics to monitor engagement patterns, application and device access, and more.
In this edWebinar, full-time classroom teacher William Ferriter offers three practical tips that teachers can use to make remote learning more meaningful for everyone—parents, teachers and students alike.
While reopening plans for many school districts remain uncertain, a growing number of districts are planning to open remotely or use a hybrid model in which only some students are in an actual school building each day.
Learn strategies for incorporating mindfulness into a daily self-care routine, explore mindful inquiry in our efforts to make sure all of our students have equitable access to education, and engage with simple mindfulness practices that can be woven into synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities for students.
Join this edWebinar to learn about the Back to School Instructional Program Scheduling Map. The map includes multiple ideas for addressing special education compliance, staffing teams, and student schedules given health, safety, and social distancing requirements while prioritizing equity.
This edWebinar will discuss strategies to help early learners with autism engage with synchronous remote instruction through evidence-based practices.
Attend this research-based edWebinar to see where to access K–12 Focus Skills for free—and how to use them to close performance gaps in the new school year.
The extent of the challenges and unknowns involved in safely reopening our schools may seem daunting, but educational organizations and schools now involved in the process are developing helpful frameworks and innovative solutions that show what can be accomplished and how.