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Now What??: Recovering from Spring 2020 and Preparing for What's Next

Date: Friday - June 05, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: Zoom Webinar


Now What??: Recovering from Spring 2020 and Preparing for What’s Next


Featuring Jennifer Bryan and the Team at Re-Set School

 

June 5, 2020 from 10:00an-11:30am

Presentation Followed by Q&A




NWAIS Member Registration (free)

 

Non-Member Registration ($25)

 


 

 

This is the third in a series of webinars around reopening campuses. The previous two have looked at this through the perspectives of (1) health and safety and (2) legal and policy consideration. The last will look at reopening campuses from a design thinking lens. NWAIS members can access recordings, slides and follow-up materials on the NWAIS Covid-19 Resource Page.

 

In this next webinar, we will explore this topic through the lens of psychological readiness and wellness with the all-star team at Re-Set School.

 

Please join Re-Set School and Your NWAIS Colleagues to Explore:

 

Now What??: Recovering from Spring 2020 and Preparing for What’s Next

When the pandemic forced schools to close, teachers moved quickly to learn new technology, revise lesson plans and adapt their teaching strategies. Students and parents moved to virtual platforms and did their best to turn home into school. And administrators acted quickly to help the community adjust. Everyone did their jobs, fully committed to making the best of this unprecedented disruption. 

Eight weeks later and still counting, many students, teachers, parents and administrators are fully depleted.

Yet, with barely a moment to take a breath, everyone is already thinking (and worrying!) about the 20-21 school year. You may have strategies, models and innovative tools to use for planning for the fall, but our research suggests that many people are not psychologically or even physically ready to use them.

In this e-seminar, Re-Set School offers a framework to help communities engage with their emotional experiences of emergency on-line schooling. Creating an opportunity for telling the stories of your struggles/achievements, and bearing witness to one another’s losses/gains, is a way of reaffirming the values that make you a community. Attending to (1) wellness and connection, (2) equity and inclusion, and (3) teaching and learning is what will help you build what's next, together.

 

RE-SET is a diverse team of experienced educators ready to help school leaders make their communities stronger, more cohesive, and more adaptive in the wake of the pandemic.

Creating a healthy, connected, and mission-centric learning community in such unsettled times is what your teachers, students and families deserve. RE-SET provides frameworks and a process that invites schools to ask, explore and answer vital questions about what's next. We help align mission, clarify values, ensure equity and affirm pedagogy.

 

All the while, we help you keep the individual and collective emotional health of the community at the center of your re-set.

 

> Read Full Team Bio

 


Registration

Registration will include a unique link and can not be shared. Each attendee should register to attend independently, as watching together at a single device would not allow for proper social distancing. 

 

Attendees From NWAIS Member Schools: Free

NWAIS Member Registration

 

Attendees From Non-NWAIS Schools: $25

Non-Member Registration ($25)

 

Cancellation Policy

Substitutions may be made until 9am on June 11, 2020. No refunds will be offered in the place of cancellation. A recording of the session will be made available for those who cannot attend in person.

 

 

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