Tue, Jul 20 | Online Conference

Learner First Virtual Summit

Join colleagues and schools from around the world at the Learner FIRST Virtual Summit. This Virtual Summit has been designed to give educators access to resources, thought-leaders, educators and solutions.
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Learner First Virtual Summit

Time & Location

Jul 20, 11:15 AM CDT
Online Conference

About the event

“What Does Learning Look Like Moving Forward?”

Does this question sound familiar to you and your school district? The current COVID-19 crisis has put teachers, teachers assistants, administrators and school boards in an unprecedented position to figure out how to best support learning during times of uncertainty over the past 14 months. The answer to the question posed is pretty straight forward: “we have no idea!” We “have no idea” because it’s impossible to know the future as things are changing globally on a daily basis, even as some schools have been able to return to a slight sense of normalcy.

Schools have done a tremendous job adjusting to the circumstances of virtual learning in a short amount of time, but really were not given the proper training and time to ensure the impact on learning they are aiming for with today’s learners. However, when schools open back up in Fall (whether in person or virtually), resources need to be available to help support our schools in all scenarios of what learning looks like moving forward.

With in-person professional learning opportunities continuing to be cancelled across the globe, our team at FIRST Educational Resources has committed to making professional learning a viable and affordable option to ALL schools and stakeholders. We know the number one problem with in-person events is cost and accessibility, so we have created an event that addresses that problem!

Join colleagues and schools from around the world at the Learner FIRST Virtual Summit. This Virtual Summit has been designed to give educators access to resources, thought-leaders, educators and solutions to the problems that exist both in virtual learning as well as when schools are back to operating as close to pre-COVID-19 as possible.

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