The pandemic has taught us all so much. Many continue to uncover deeper meanings to things previously taken for granted: health, relationships, flexibility, and resilience, to name a few.
COVID has also shaken the world of education in ways no one could see coming. Educators around the world have been forced to redefine the very foundations of our systems.
How can we differentiate our supports in providing individualized resources necessary for each student to learn?
What is consistent attendance during a pandemic?
How does time factor into learning?
How can we ensure grades reflect learning?
What can we do to effectively monitor and support student progress in each of the three learning models?
And the question that continues to ring loud and clear-- now more than at any time in public education's history. . .