Presenters: Ellen A. Thompson & Gayle Moskowitz
Dates: Feb 1, Mar 22, Apr 5, Apr 26 (3:30 – 4:45)
Location: ONLINE – Zoom
Right now, schools are facing incredible challenges, especially when considering how we are tailoring our instruction to face-to-face, online, and hybrid models. Individual teachers are working diligently within their systems to respond to their students needs, to create meaningful instructional opportunities, and to keep abreast of all the new approaches and technology needed to do so. And, as coaches, we can help. Join us as we share solutions and strategies that make our systems and instruction more responsive to our current world and address a long-standing challenge–how do we narrow the gaps for our neediest students while still propelling all students to learn as much as they can. As literacy coaches, we know we can do more within our systems to help teachers support our students in our current teaching context. Together, we will answer the question: what can literacy coaches do to support teachers with creating equitable and intentional learning opportunities for all students?
This series is part of the Networks for Excellence in Schools (NEXIS) Project.REGISTER