(Re)claim, (Re)vitalize, (Re)imagine & (Re)commit Virtual Coffeehouse: Supporting Parents/Caregivers During Virtual/Hybrid Schooling
3:30-4:30 PM ET
In this dynamic and interactive (Re)claim, (Re)vitalize, (Re)imagine & (Re)commit Virtual Coffeehouse: Supporting Parents/Caregivers During Virtual/Hybrid Schooling, a district leader, K-12 teacher, and parent discuss how to collaborate with parents and caregivers in curricular planning and outline steps that schools can take to support parents and caregivers during the pandemic and beyond.
*This session is designed for school district leaders, building administrators, teachers, and school personnel. Together, let’s explore steps that schools and districts can take to assist parents and caregivers during online/hybrid learning.
The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of The Great Lakes Equity Center, approaches resource and service delivery that is grounded in a multi-tiered framework of technical assistance. Our goal is to engage in well-defined, content-rich technical assistance such that knowledge and expertise are shared in a way that results in transformative systemic change, as well as personal reflection and growth. The Region III Midwest & Plains Equity Assistance Virtual Coffeehouse Series is a project within our Tier Two: Equity Learning Networks tier. To that end, we aim to make this unique learning experience available to others across Region III by providing a recording and transcriptions of the Series on our website, as well as posting pictures on our social media platforms.