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The pandemic forced educators and students to adapt in multiple ways: to new settings, to technology, and to isolation from fellow educators and classmates. For many students, even learning how to type on a computer keyboard was brand new. Teachers and students have done a remarkable job adjusting to the circumstances.
So, what lessons should educators take away and absorb into their practice, wherever and however learning takes place?
Join our panel of experts as they provide inspiration and advice for implementing high quality curricula with their own “teacher’s thumbprint,” whatever the school year brings.
shared best practices for engaging students in the virtual environment, such as relating curriculum content to current events.
Founder and CEO
Great Minds (Richmond, VA)
Grade 5 Science Teacher
Luling Elementary School, St. Charles Parish (Luling, LA)
Mathematics Curriculum Specialist
Ferguson-Florissant School District (Ferguson, MO)
The impact of COVID-19 on education cannot be overstated, and we at Great Minds recognize and applaud the heroic efforts of parents, teachers, and districts to continue providing students with a quality education.