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Uncertainty is the rule right now, particularly about what instruction will look like for the upcoming school year. Great Minds recognizes that educators, students, and families need special support during these times to ensure that everyone is in sync and that student learning is continuous, no matter the situation.

 Join us for the second installment of the Educators Engage Roundtable Series where Great Minds chief academic officers for mathematics, humanities, and science will discuss possible scenarios for school operation this fall and various ways educators can ensure continuous learning.

Participants will:

  • examine how the COVID-19 school shutdowns will affect instruction and learning,
  • review new resources that support in-person, blended, and virtual instruction for the upcoming school year, and
  • ask questions about instructional best practices and what to expect as they reenter the physical or virtual classroom in the fall.

 

Panelists

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ZANOVIA CURTIS

Supervisor for Elementary Education/Federal Programs
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Feliciana Parish Schools (LA)

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JILL DINIZ, Moderator

Chief Academic Officer, Mathematics
Great Minds

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PAM GOODNER

Chief Academic Officer, Science
Great Minds

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RACHEL STACK

Chief Academic Officer, Humanities
Great Minds

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RICHESH RUCHIR

Chief Technology Officer
Great Minds

 

 

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.

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Part 1: Educators Engage Roundtable Series

COMBAT THE GAP: SUMMER LEARNING LOSS DURING COVID-19

Learn how Great Minds' Knowledge on the Go allowed for continuous learning during COVID-19 school shutdowns and how districts plan to use it over the summer to combat learning loss.

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