Use the reflection questions and list in this article to inform your district or school’s selection of trauma-informed practices. For example: begin class time with a social ritual; introduce a short “mental stretch” break during class; offer monitored hangout time before class starts; and create small groups that meet socially.
A resource to help a school/district plan how to identify priority standards.
This resource has three parts: Standards defining high-quality, equitable distance-learning in action; Steps a district should take (i) in Summer 2020, (ii) if and when remote learning must be initiated, and (iii) while distance learning is being implemented; and A model showing what one district’s distance learning approaches look like in action.
This resource is one part of a project designed to support states and school systems in addressing the critical set of challenges they will face as they plan for—and restart—teaching and learning in the 2020-2021 school year (SY21) amid the COVID-19 pandemic and in light of the moral imperative to actively redress racial and other …