School closures have been tough for everyone. Administrators, district leadership, teachers, and families raced to adapt to new teaching and learning conditions. Students faced an entirely unfamiliar school experience. Already-existing inequities grew starker, and English Learners faced extra hurdles as teachers and families often struggled to communicate.
In this podcast, Dr. Jessica Hazzard, an EL specialist at Cape Henlopen School District in Delaware, shares how her district tackled these issues and developed strategies they can continue to use, whether they’re remote, in person, or somewhere in between.
- The connection between teacher collaboration and equity
- How the district carves out time for teacher collaboration during a stressful and busy time
- How reading specialists, grade level teachers, EL teachers use Remote Planning Workshops to collaboratively create lesson plans
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