WHAT COULD SCHOOL LOOK LIKE IN MY DISTRICT IN 2021-2022 Sharing Ideas from Districts Planning Virtual and Blended Learning Opportunities
Start Date 03/09/2021 05:30 PM
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WHAT COULD A SCHOOL LOOK LIKE IN MY DISTRICT IN 2021-2022

Sharing Ideas from Districts Planning Virtual and Blended Learning Opportunities

 

The 2020-2021 academic year has been one like no other!  While the year has been nothing short of challenging, it’s also provided districts with an opportunity to search for safe and effective alternative education options for students. Some schools may offer a traditional classroom, some a digital (virtual) classroom, while others may blend traditional and digital learning.

 

WHAT SHOULD OR COULD SCHOOL LOOK LIKE NEXT YEAR? Is there a way to offer safe, alternative options that provide students with a personalized education plan and the tools needed to succeed?  What are the steps needed to receive permission when there are “rules” to follow?  Do you need approval to do things differently and what does the approval process look like?

 

To aid district formulation of plans for next year, ASBA is offering an opportunity to hear from districts of various sizes from around the state that are already implementing or are deep into formulating their own plans for 21-22.  We will also have DESE personnel to talk briefly with you about the approval process for doing some things differently. 

 

We hope that you will join us for this 2-hour Zoom Webinar on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, beginning at 5:30 p.m.  Dr. Prothro will introduce the panel of speakers and moderate the session.  There will be an opportunity for Q and A if time allows.

 

You may choose to simply audit this course (no fee, no credit) or participate for training credit ($80, 2-hrs of credit). Simply choose your preference when registering.

Those who register will receive the Zoom link for joining the training on Friday, March 5th

 

If you have questions about the Webinar, please contact Dr. Anne Butcher at abutcher@arsba.org or by calling 501-492-4814.  For questions about registration, contact Kathy Ivy at kivy@arsba.org or by calling 501-492-4826.