The impact of being quarantined, experiencing illness and loss, away from the normal routine of social interactions with peers has left many individuals in a new headspace. As we help educators pre-plan their next steps after the pandemic, what do you believe should be at the forefront of their minds when addressing trauma and stress for teachers and/or students?
Let’s explore how we can move from reactive to proactive to decrease inequities in teaching and learning after the pandemic to include the assessing the mental health state of the community, understanding the impact of mental health on students and student’s learning, understanding the influence of mental health on educators and providing instruction.
Leadership during the pandemic called for bravery, courage, and responsiveness. Post pandemic leadership will require leaders to consider many factors when leading teams and supporting students and the communities they serve. As leaders pre-plan to be proactive in their post-pandemic leadership moves, what should be considered to make teaching and learning more equitable?
Let’s explore how we can move from reactive to proactive to decrease inequities in teaching and learning after the pandemic to include the assessing and responding to the impact of leadership during a pandemic on student and teachers.
Educators already know the impact of summer learning loss during the school. Place that on top of the inequitable instruction students received during distance learning. How can educators be more intentional about planning instructional recovery and acceleration to prevent additional gaps in teaching and learning as a result of digital learning and the pandemic?
Let’s explore how we can move from reactive to proactive to decrease inequities in teaching and learning after the pandemic to include the assessing and responding to the impact of virtual learning and attending school during a pandemic on student achievement.
If responding to COVID-19 wasn’t enough, the current social justice issues sweeping across the nation will enter the school building. What should educators consider as they are pre-planning to promote social justice in a positive manner for teachers, students and the community?
Let’s explore how we can move from reactive to proactive to decrease inequities in teaching and learning after the pandemic, including:
-Assessing the impact of social injustice within the community
-Understanding the influence of social justice on students and students' learning
-Positioning educators to empower through social unrest.
Welcome to the Post Pandemic Educator’s Preplanning Podcast series. The goal of this podcast’s 4 part series is to shift students, teachers, leaders and communities thinking from reactive to proactive in responding to the barriers of equity the pandemic presented in social emotional learning, social justice, the virtual learning regression and post-pandemic leadership. You will hear positive and empowering messages of hope for ways to restore equity in education with a focus on what we can do and not what we can’t do to make our teaching and learning experiences equitable. We will share resources and tips that will be useful to employ empathy to build relationship that will elevate equity in our schools and communities despite the harmful impact of the pandemic. Join me as we elevate equity.
This welcome message, introduces a project focused on topics all educators face daily, the Elevate Education Podcast. The series features deep dives with educators in the field—teachers, leaders, and counselors—on various aspects that influence equity in education—the Elevate Education Podcast debuts on January 6th, 2021.