School and learning routines are deeply important to children and young adults, and the loss of these routines can be extremely disorienting. We can come together to create vibrant, meaningful experiences for these times, to support families and their children to keep life as normal as possible and to keep our students learning and growing.
Author, educator, and literacy leader Pam Allyn will share ways that administrators, teacher leaders, and coaches can be the centering and focusing guides our families need. Using the seminal Seven Strengths as an anchoring tool, Pam will provide concrete strategies and support for communicating with families about successful and reassuring ways that they can sustain their children’s unexpected learning time at home. She will also offer practical, inspiring resources for learning and literacy to sustain joy and engagement, and skill-building in students.
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