How to Develop Scalable Remote Learning Plans: Using Familiar Frameworks to Sustain Instruction in Unfamiliar Circumstances
There are thousands of pages written about what it means to be a good leader. Few of them take into account the current circumstances that schools are in today. In the face of such high levels of uncertainty, many leaders believe they need to create a whole new playbook for their learning plans. However, in most cases, the opposite is true. Now more than ever, leaders should rely on research principles and proven practices that have been shown to work.
In this Education Insight, you'll find out more about the role of leadership in developing scalable and sustainable contingency/remote learning plans in today's environment. After walking through six critical traits of effective leadership and their associated frameworks, this paper will present four important phases of building remote learning plans to ensure continuity of learning during these uncertain times. For educators and administrators in leadership roles, this is a must-see paper. Download and start reading now.
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