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Professional Learning

Connection Before Curriculum: Teaching in a Post Pandemic World

Explore research-based programs that you can use yourself or with your students to set the tone of the classroom.

At a Glance

The idea will roughly follow Maslow's idea that we need to all feel safe to be in the proper mindset to teach and learn.

Topics

  • Classroom Management
  • Digital & Virtual Learning
  • School Climate

Outcomes

  • Maslow's Heirarchy
  • Classroom Tone
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National Education Association

Last Updated: 08/01/2021

Details

Session Length

1 Hour

Session Format

Webinar

Explore research-based programs that you can use yourself or with your students to set the tone of the classroom. The idea will roughly follow Maslow's idea that we need to all feel safe to be in the proper mindset to teach and learn.

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