Of “Course” Learning Can Continue: A Recipe for Success - Shared screen with speaker view
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Our PRESENTERS today are Katrina Adkins, Senior Program Director of K12 and Higher Education Solutions; Nick Polyak, superintendent, Leyden Community High School District #212, Ill.; Jon Bartelt, superintendent, Bloomingdale School District 13, Ill.; Bryan Johnson, superintendent, Hamilton County Schools in Chattanooga, Tenn.; Timothy M. Shimp, superintendent of schools, District 115, Ill.; Courtney Orzel, superintendent, Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A, Lemont, Ill.
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Please share what's your recipe for SUCCESS in your school district?
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Can the panelists speak to the percentages of students who did not engage in remote learning? Did they notice any patterns in that data?
I wondered if any of you surveyed your staff toward the end of the school year t see if there were any differences in the remote learning experience for traditional content area staff vs. PE, Encores (like music, art, foreign language, etc), coaches, ELL, SPED, counselors, etc. If so, did you find any noticeable differences?
What learning management systems do you use?
We are recording today’s session to allow as many school districts as possible to take advantage of this webinar. All participants in today’s webinar will be emailed a link to the recording as well as copy of the PowerPoint presentation used in today’s session. The recording will be also posted on the AASA website where it can be downloaded and viewed on demand. https://aasa.org/AASA-LeadershipNetwork-webinars.aspx
Yes, I agree! As a kindergarten teacher, I feel like our primary grades need in-person instruction. It is all about making connections and I cannot imagine starting through digital platforms.
Bye everyone - be well!
Thank you everyone for a great webinar! Stay safe!