Webinar for CSA Members: “COVID-19: Re-Entry and Beyond” From AFSA and Founder of ICLE, Dr. Bill Daggett
On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, between 3:30-4:30pm, AFSA and the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE) will host a webinar “COVID-19: Re-Entry and Beyond.” Dr. Bill Daggett, Founder of ICLE will share his findings from roundtable discussions with school leaders. Click here to register. Here is a description from Dr. Daggett’s team:
As educators, we are in unprecedented times. Never did we think that a global pandemic would cripple the world. Districts across the nation were told to close their schools, send students and staff home, and begin to teach and learn in an online/remote environment. Educators are adept at solving difficult challenges daily, but the problems now faced are paramount. Although complex, these challenges will lead to adaptation and innovation.
Even during the immediate and unplanned disruption of this year, successful leaders and teachers must focus on the future – on the ways that education for ALL children will need to change to not only be prepared for future disruptions, but to unleash more self-sustained learning for educators and students no matter the context. This means working backwards from a vision of future learning to the systems that will support it. Leaders should be working now to put in place the operational, instructional leadership, and teaching practices that will proactively build those resilient systems in their schools and districts for sustainable impact.
The American Federation of School Administrators and the International Center for Leadership in Education invites you to attend this pertinent, timely webinar. Dr. Bill Daggett, Founder ICLE, will share his findings from roundtable discussions with district and school leaders across the nation and focus on 12 key topics districts and schools must consider as they plan for Re-Entry and Beyond.