Brandy Nelson - Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Sancha K. Gray - Asbury Park School District
Morgan Joseph - BetterLesson
At the start of the 2020-21 school year, many districts had plans to return fully in-person before December. Now, with cases surging across the country and a vaccine still months away, alternative plans have been deployed. Regardless of your district’s current trajectory, there are strategies that can be used to support a smooth transition across any modality.
Join colleagues from around the country to build a deeper understanding of the best practices of teaching and learning flexibly, including distance learning pedagogy, asynchronous and synchronous learning, and the importance of teacher and social presence for engagement. Hear first-hand accounts of investments and strategies other leaders have used to build their team’s capacity to manage through uncertainty.