End-of-Year Conversations Solidify Teachers’ Learning

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Are you looking forward to wrapping up the 2020-2021 school year? This year is definitely one for the books! We made history with the collective effort and help of one another to get through the year.

We can consider this year as the year of tremendous professional growth for our educators. However, the isolation with minimal opportunity to share new learnings has somewhat kept the district from retaining the knowledge.

Did you hear about K-12 Conversations? It is a systemic framework that builds and supports a learning community and bolsters efficacy. K–12 conversations create the conditions for all levels of a district to have fruitful small-group discussions about assessment, instructional practices, and social and emotional wellness—and that’s been particularly helpful given the events of the past year. – Michele Myers, edutopia.org

We thought you might also want to host your own K-12 conversations to end the year! This article here from Edutopia titled “End-of-Year Conversations Solidify Teachers’ Learning” may guide you.

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