A SNAPSHOT OF THE CURRENT LEARNING LANDSCAPE PART 2

Morgan Nixon, an international ELL educator and student in the Technology in Education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is working with the Out of Eden Learn (OOEL) team as a research assistant this semester.

This piece follows up on the one I shared last week. I have taken the time to synthesize some key themes I saw coming up online this week, as educators continue to navigate—and adapt to—the new reality of distance learning.  While I’ve focused on what is happening within the United States, many of the emerging themes should be relevant to readers from around the world: this week’s ‘winding words’ are flexibility, basic needs, voice, special needs, and professional development. I hope you find my presentation useful.

Learning Landscape (4_2-4_9)

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  1. […] weekly distance learning news, strategy, and big-picture updates. Similarly to parts one and two of this series, I have created a slideshow highlighting some key themes I noticed surfacing online […]

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