VIII. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Circle of Support

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September 2022
Facilitated by: Crystal Hill Morton

On March 19th 2020, COVID-19 forced schools to abruptly close and shift to online and hybrid learning, uprooting the lives of caregivers, students, and all school personnel. This podcast series will center the voices of caregivers, students, and school staff members as they discuss their online and hybrid learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this podcast series, multiple stakeholders will gain first-hand insight into the various ways caregivers, students, and school staff members navigated and continue to navigate schooling during a pandemic.

In this episode, Dr, Morton and a school support staff person discuss the importance of being proactive, adapting to change, ad building/maintaining relationships with student and families to ensure the lines of communication remain open in support of student success.

 

Other Episodes in this Series:

I. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Persisting Through the Chaos

II. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: In the Dark

III. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Barriers

IV: In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: A Teacher’s Perspective

V. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Better Face to Face

VI. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Another Teacher’s Perspective

VII. In the Midst of Chaos: Schooling Experiences During a Pandemic: Readjust and Connect

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