Remote learning during lockdown was abrupt, unplanned, and incredibly challenging for all, especially those with unique learning needs and their families. Despite this, creative solutions have emerged, building on inclusive practices from their in-person classrooms. As we move toward an uncertain resumption of school this fall, how to do so in a way that supports all our students is one of the biggest unanswered questions. In this three-part series, sponsored by TASH New England, educators will learn practical tools to use in the online, remote teaching, or hybrid classroom, and collaborate and connect with educators across the country.
Each interactive workshop will be co-taught by PreK-12 teachers and a university professor. They will highlight evidence-based inclusive practices on the topic and frame the conversation. A panel of teachers will share how they implemented these practices in their individual classrooms in person and during remote instruction. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect and discuss implications for returning to school in break-out rooms. Each workshop will inspire and remind us that we can support all learners in these uncertain times.
In these workshops, participants will:
- Learn about evidence-based practices that promote inclusive education
- Hear from classroom teachers who implemented these practices in-person and during remote instruction
- Connect and reflect with educators across the country who are grappling with these issues
Learn more about individual sessions and presenters at the series main page.