What will teaching and learning look like after quarantine?
The learning world after quarantine will look quite different. Teachers have never been strangers to trying new things in their classrooms to serve their students—a skill set that will more than likely be put to use with the tenuous plans for teaching this Fall. With so many new buzzwords and so many resources, it can be difficult to wade through to find what will work best for in-person and virtual classrooms.
Two words that are at the forefront of educators’ and administrators’ minds regarding Fall 2020 are hybrid learning. Everyone is planning some sort of hybrid model of learning, but what exactly does that look like? Promethean and The Learning Counsel have teamed up to have a virtual discussion with some of the nation’s brightest education leaders to discuss what is to come.
How are schools planning to make a new version of hybrid learning work in the aftermath of school quarantine? It seems the new normal is anything but normal. Listen to the discussion to see what some of America’s top districts are doing to define Hybrid Learning in a world after quarantine and how Promethean can support schools during this transition.