Fact vs. Myth:
What all District Leaders Should Know and Do to Improve Virtual Teaching and Learning

Superintendents and their teams are faced with the challenge of how to conduct some form of virtual learning this school year, and many worry the same problems from last spring will happen again. This event will help you identify the lessons (and most common mistakes) from last spring’s distance learning "1.0 experiment". You will also get access to several low-cost, implementable best practices to improve virtual instruction at your distict.

*This webinar event is recommended for Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Chief Academic Officers, Curriculum and Instruction Directors, and Principals.

Almost all district leaders report that last spring’s virtual teaching and learning experiment was a disaster. Many students didn’t log in, teachers felt unprepared, and not much learning took place. Many leaders worry the problems from last spring will happen again.

This webinar will help district leaders identify the most common mistakes and lessons from last spring’s distance learning 1.0 experiment and learn relevant practices for improving virtual instruction. Some topics that we will cover include:
  • Increasing student access to online learning
  • Ensuring all students get the right pedagogy and content
    for virtual instruction

  • Getting and keeping students motivated and engaged
    in learning

  • Scaling online differentiate support across schools

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