Disruption in learning caused by COVID-19 is the reality that school districts face this school year. K-12 education is evolving from a brick-and-mortar learning environment to learning both in person and online. While this shift is challenging to say the least, it is an opportunity for school districts to use technology to engage, personalize, and challenge students. In an edWeb edLeader Panel sponsored by EveryDay Labs, Michael Romero, Local District South Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District CA, and Todd Rogers, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University and Chief Scientist, EveryDay Labs, talk about actionable strategies to help create the conditions for learning this fall, including using attendance data, effective communication strategies, and building strong family-school partnerships.
Presented by David Rose, MA, Director, Education Partners, Lexia Learning; and Meg Van Voorhis, M.Ed., Director, Learning and Development, Lexia Learning
Presented by Dr. Julie Morrow, Former Assistant Superintendent, Rowan-Salisbury, NC
Presented by Rachel Jorgensen, Coordinator of Work-Based Learning, Anoka-Hennepin School District, MN; Robert Letcher, Founder, EdGenuis; and Patricia Gagnon, SVP, Programs & Practice, Intellispark
Presented by Nate Walden, Instructional Designer, Indiana eLearning Lab; and David McGuire, Moderator, Parent/Families Community of Practice, Indiana eLearning Lab, and Principal, Tindley Preparatory Academy, IN
Presented by Michael D. Toth, Education Author, Applied Research Center leader, and CEO of Learning Sciences International (LSI); Meg Bowen, Executive Director, Core Instruction at Learning Sciences International (LSI); and Emily Naumann, District Partnerships at Learning Sciences International (LSI)
Presented by Keith R. Kline, OTR/L; and Roxanne Thompson, OTR
In this edWebinar, Dr. Julie Evans, Chief Executive Officer of Project Tomorrow, will present new research findings from 110,000 K-12 students nationwide about their preferences and expectations for two-way communications with their teachers
In this edWebinar, A.C. Randono, Ph.D., CEO and Founder of Figure Math, takes a deep dive into how active, discovery learning approaches to math education can not only help your students get through this difficult time but can also give them the tools they need to thrive.
During this edWebinar, you will learn how to construct challenges that develop critical thinking throughout any content area, especially in an online platform.