Learning After COVID: Responsive Planning 2021+

  • Multiple Dates
  • Online
  • 8 CPE Credits
  • $200

We're excited to offer a 4-part series to address the pandemic learning loss and unfinished learning, as well as the social-emotional implications. We'll examine how, as a collective group of stakeholders, we can work toward responsive planning as we move into Fall 2021 and beyond.

As we are all navigating one of the most interesting and challenging times in education, it’s important to pay attention to the vast student data surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a research brief from NWEA (2020), “Policymakers and educational leaders have the unenviable responsibility of making difficult decisions well into the 2020-2021 school year and beyond. Now more than ever, we need school data to inform evidence-based policies to support our students, teachers, and families on the path to recovery” (p.2).

As leaders, we must take this current information and plan with our teams and stakeholders to map out how we are going to address unfinished learning, equity issues, and emotional needs as a result of the interruption to education, while at the same time, celebrate the bright spots and reimagine the way we do school. We need the new systems we build to be meaningful and better.

We encourage and welcome all stakeholders to register and attend!

The cost is $200 a person, with a 25% discount for teams of 4+ from the same LEA.