Solving Today's Challenges with Real District/School-Based Solutions

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How do we engage students in more active conversation? And aside from that, how do we support teachers to make sure that they have capacity to engage students even further and ask students to have conversation and revise their thinking? We need conversations that occur with the teacher and the student to make sure they are actively understanding what they may have missed in the reading. Solving today’s challenges requires real district school-based solutions. In this special Lunch and Learn presentation, Renae Abboud, Vice President of Learning Acceleration and Shawn Evenson, Regional Director for Nevada for Achieve3000 join Aaron Bagwell, Principal at the Desert Sun Academy to find real world solutions to the challenges school districts are facing during the precarious times.

 

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