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Remote learning is a new reality for many K-12 school districts, but many educators continue to struggle with delivering effective virtual instruction. This resource center compiles six professional development videos that are designed to equip K-12 virtual educators with the knowledge and strategies that they will need to succeed.
Review the 10 strategies your district can use to earn revenue beyond traditional educational funding sources.
EAB experts assembled six key strategies that districts can collectively deploy to help expedite learning recovery.
EAB has identified five quality strategies to guide teachers in their virtual and hybrid classrooms.
The virtual learning environment has made it more difficult for teachers to show their concern for students and maintain the high expectations needed to build meaningful relationships. Watch this video to learn simple yet critical strategies for building and sustaining productive student-teacher relationships in your virtual classroom.
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Using Culturally Relevant Education as a Tool Against Systemic Racism: A Candid Discussion with Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings
Discuss how to tackle systemic racism in schools through implementing institutional practices and utilizing culturally responsive education.
Texas Tech K12 Online has significant experience and insight to offer schools as they prepare for distance learning 2.0 in the fall.
EAB presents a multi-stage strategy for districts to prepare their mental health supports and systems of care for the demands of the next school year. This material is suggested for Superintendents, assistant/associate superintendents, and directors of student services/counseling.
The nationwide transition to distance learning placed undue burden on the parents of all students. But, no group of parents experienced a bumpier transition to distance learning than the parents of students with disabilities.