Rebuild fading student connections. Teaching and learning tactics can overcome pandemic fatigue.
Students are increasingly checking out after months of distance learning, changing requirements, financial hardships, masks, and weak social connections. Some appear for class but refuse to engage, while others have stopped logging on or showing up altogether.
To solve this problem, you must target both ends of the connection: update instructional techniques to reengage students and provide them with the skills they need to learn differently. By focusing on learning processes and the choices that students make, you will be able to combat malaise and revitalize your school community.
To help you accomplish this, we have organized a series of two back-to-back webinars:
COVID-19 And Strategies To Support And EngageAt-Risk And “Missing” Students
Friday, February 26
1:00 PM Eastern; 12:00 PM Central; 11:00 AM Mountain; 10:00 AM Pacific
- Techniques to find missing students
- Strategies to reengage students
- How to get help from families
5 Strategies To Support The Development OfExecutive Functioning Skills For Students
Friday, February 26
3:00 PM Eastern; 2:00 PM Central; 1:00 PM Mountain; 12:00 PM Pacific
- Laws that prohibit discrimination
- Steps to address real-world issues that affect students
- Strategies to help students feel they belong
- Racial conversations for classrooms
- Tactics to provide comprehensive support to students
Addressing Discrimination, Harassment, And Lack Of Inclusivity:A Scenario-Based, Practical Response Guide
- Reasons students struggle with remote learning
- Modified assignments, shorter tasks, and extended time
- Executive functioning skills students need
- Techniques to build the skills necessary for students to excel
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