Webinars on Navigating Today’s Educational Challenges
Against the backdrop of COVID-19, racial violence, and action for justice and healing, back-to-school is nothing like normal. But as schools reopen—online, in person, or both—Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is offering a series of webinars that will look at the challenges of the moment, offering actionable insights for educators, families, and school and district leaders. The Education Now webinars are intended to prompt hope, add fuel to the push for equity, and create the circumstances for transformation across education. Educators are invited to join HGSE on Wednesday, September 30, at 3 p.m. (ET),for the first episode in the fall season. This webinar will explore the impact of racial trauma and stress on students of color, their families, and communities.
Prepare for the unknown in impactful and highly relevant online professional development. Professional Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) has developed new and redesigned online programs tailored to meet the critical needs of educators in this moment. Whether you prefer a short-term asynchronous workshop, or a longer-length institute featuring live components, HGSE’s online programs are designed to fit a variety of schedules and learning preferences. Follow this link to learn more: hgse.me/online2020
The nonprofit Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) and several other organizations have released guidance to help schools meet the social and emotional needs of students as they return to school after prolonged closures.
Emma Pass, an author and former Nevada teacher, is offering an abridged version of her current work in progress—The Hybrid Teacher: Survival Guide—free for a limited time to all educators getting ready to teach within an online or hybrid model.