Extended Learning That Propels Students Forward!
Learn about best practices within any extended learning program to maximize impact with students.
Significant research exists regarding the components of an effective extended learning program, so we know what works best for students in these intentionally designed learning environments. Not surprisingly, best practices that result in student growth and achievement remain best practices regardless of whether they are set in an everyday classroom or a specifically designed extended learning program. All students now likely have some form of unfinished learning due to the impact of COVID-19. What makes extended learning meaningful for students? How do we engage students and families? What lessons and activities are successful at accelerating learning? What program components need to be in place to have the most impact of student growth? Learn this and more in this extended learning webinar.
Upon completing this webinar, participants will...
- Recognize the key components within an effective extended learning program and why they are important.
- Understand the different options and opportunities for extended learning.
- Be familiar with activities and products that could enhance the lessons that are designed for students within their extended learning programs.
Nicole has served within the field of education for 16 years as a classroom teacher, specialist, assistant principal, and principal. She is certified as an educator in the areas of EC-12 Principal, EC-8 Generalist, 8-12 English Language Arts, Reading, and Social Studies, EC-12 Special Education, EC-12 Gifted and Talented, and EC-12 English as a Second Language. Her school experience varies to include work with students in prekindergarten through 12th grade, both in Texas and Europe, and within communities that were each uniquely diverse in terms of their demographics, size, and campus needs. While serving in these roles she developed expertise in the areas of curriculum and instruction, professional development, and leadership.