Educator Session on Hybrid Organizing


No matter where you are in America, delivering instruction can feel like a roller coaster ride, hanging upside down and going sideways too fast, or even too slow, and keeping up with all the pivots from the pandemic. For Lisa Lund, Director of Instructional Technology and Library Services at Denver Public Schools, her small team of seven tech people and three digital coaches is meeting the challenges of a 90,000-student district. Hear how Denver Public Schools is using professional learning, available technology, creativity and more than a little common sense to consistently meet and then overcome their challenges. And since their challenges are likely your challenges, you’ll find strategies you can begin using today.


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After teaching and learning in a pandemic for the past few months, it is very understandable if many educators feel like they have been working in the middle of a long, dark tunnel

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