Insights from the Field: How Districts Can Support English Learners During School Closures
Districts across the country are now in their first weeks of full distance learning, with others working hard to follow suit. Sophie Green and Priyanka Kaura at Pivot Learning spoke with experts in New York, Florida, and California to learn more about the initial challenges observed in English Learners’ participation in distance learning and the supports needed to address those challenges.
Free Guide: Quick Tips for Building Systems for Virtual Curriculum Implementation
Our free guide for building systems for virtual curriculum implementation offers key stakeholders simple tips for ensuring a successful transition to virtual teaching and learning. Download the guide to get advice for adapting the following systems for online environments, like collaborating on instructional best practices and providing observation and feedback.
Assessing and Improving the Impact of K-12 Curriculum Implementation in Stockton USD
School closures caused by coronavirus have made issues of equity in education even more distinct. Many educators are working to solve these new challenges. Pivot experts delivered a presentation at the Carnegie Foundation’s virtual Summit on Improvement in Education with some solutions to consider. Watch the presentation on-demand to walk through an adaptive, multi-year approach to curriculum implementation that involves all stakeholders and learn how it can be adapted during a crisis. You’ll also learn the impact this continuous improvement model has had on educators and students within Stockton Unified School District in Stockton, California.
Many districts are continuing to offer remote learning to students due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Pivot Learning and CORE have compiled a list of free resources that either we’ve developed or that our trusted partners have shared to help educators tackle the difficult challenge of providing all our students with equitable access to learning, wherever it takes place.