3 Steps to Accelerate Learning and Reimagine Intervention

 

The COVID-19 pandemic was extremely disruptive to students’ ability to learn. Even for students who could adequately access online and hybrid programs, wide and varied learning gaps emerged that will take time and effort to overcome.

That means, with the fall semester quickly approaching, it’s time for educational leaders to rethink and reimagine best practices, assessments, intervention strategies and more.

To explore the actionable insights and strategies that will help them do just that, Istation Strategy Consultants Julie Kalinowski and Faith Conti joined this episode of the EdTech podcast by Istation to explore ways to position educators for success as they tackle the challenges on the horizon of the new school year.

“Everybody is wanting to ensure that we’re meeting the needs of all students as we return back this year,” Kalinowski said. “As we look at the research and everything that’s out there about opportunity gaps that existed pre-pandemic, we know that this pandemic will just have exacerbated [them]. …

Those gaps have also been widened disproportionately for some groups of students, such as students of color, students receiving special education services, students facing poverty and more, meaning educators will need to find tailored solutions for serving those groups to the best of their ability.

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