Recovery from a Lost Year of Reading Achievement
Originally published by The Learning Counsel, November 9, 2020
The year 2020 was, in many ways, a year of inconsistent learning and unpredictability. However, the challenges of the pandemic also created new opportunities for schools to innovate and revolutionize technology use in the classroom. How should schools be thinking about edtech in a post-pandemic world, and how can the disruptions of the pandemic be reframed into an opportunity for student growth, learning, and success? This podcast is a must-listen for educators whose students have experienced literacy loss as a result of the pandemic.
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