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The Role of High-Quality Instructional Materials in Distance Learning

CalCurriculum, CDE June 11, 2020
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How will you ensure teachers and students have access to high-quality instructional materials that support distance learning this fall?

This spring, COVID-19 changed our collective expectations for teaching and learning. School closures resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have forced educators to face innumerable challenges. One of the more persistent challenges: adapting instructional materials for distance learning.

Watch this webinar with the California Department of Education and CalCurriculum to get advice for implementing a data-driven plan for fall ELA and math instruction that provides access to high-quality materials to every student regardless of their distance learning situation.

In this webinar you’ll:

  • Reflect on the current context for distance learning
  • Review the role of instructional materials in distance learning
  • Assess the quality of your materials and prepare those materials for distance learning
  • Discover supports available to help with planning for the beginning of next school year
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The webinar was produced in partnership with the California Department of Education.

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