What Should Have Happened in September? And How Can We Fix It Now?

A Talk by Michael K Barbour
Associate Professor of Instructional D, Touro University California

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In March 2020 schools were forced to transition to remote learning. As it was an emergency, teachers and school leaders simply triaged as best they could. When schools reopened in the Fall school leaders and teachers were supposed to be better prepared. Hybrid and remote learning was supposed to be better planned. However, too many schools returned to the same emergency remote learning they left in the Spring. This session will examine the steps that school leaders and teachers should have taken in the Spring and Summer, and what educators can do now to move beyond continuing to triage.

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