In the pivot to online/remote/continuous learning, there are no right answers but instead plenty of questions.
That’s why ISKME is inviting you to participate in a small, subject-based cohort of educators to discuss crisis learning and the pivot to online teaching. Our goal is to provide practitioners with an expert-supported, informal discussion space to brainstorm with peers and share ideas around adapting to the current situation.
Our next cohorts are for high school Math, Language Arts, and History teachers.
Take a look at the options below, and fill out the short form here (https://forms.gle/WPU3hNTUQPLzbVAF7) to join. The cohorts will be kept small, so please RSVP now to reserve your spot!
High School Math: How Can We Teach Equations Without a Chalkboard?
Facilitated by Rob Leichner, a Secondary Math Specialist and former math teacher
June 4th, 7pm ET/4pm PT
High School Language Arts: How Do We Give Feedback on Writing Samples Remotely?
Facilitated by Justine Chew, an English teacher with the NC Virtual Public School
June 11th, 7pm ET/4pm PT
High School History: How Do We Foster Healthy Discussion and Debate over Video?
Facilitated by Amanda Bartlett, a long-time History teacher with experience in special education and administration
June 18th, 7pm ET/4pm PT
If those aren’t applicable to you or you can’t make the times, we'll be offering a series of cross-grade cohorts later this summer around topics like Social-Emotional Learning, Project-Based Learning, and strategies around getting students back up to speed in the fall. Let us know if you’re interested at https://forms.gle/WPU3hNTUQPLzbVAF7.
the ISKME team