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With circumstances evolving rapidly around the globe, educators, students, and families have adjusted to remote learning as the norm. We’re happy to provide you the opportunity to discuss the impact that remote learning has had on you and your students. Your teaching and learning approaches may once again change in the new school year. Will you be moving back to the classroom? If so, what will teaching and learning look like from your perspective?
In this time of distance learning, many educators, students, parents, and guardians are trying to find balance while dividing their time between their jobs, families, and other obligations. How are you supporting social-emotional learning for your students during remote learning? How are you looking after your well-being, and how do you stay attuned to your students’ needs? In this conversation, we’d also like to explore the tools and strategies that help maintain emotional balance and hear about approaches that you might bring back to the classroom once you return to school.