In partnership with Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, neuroscience education researcher and Harvard professor, CUE stands by to support schools and districts with vetted and research-based resources. There is significant research that demonstrates the powerful learning that takes place in face to face online learning communities in addition to the immediate feedback available to students.

This flow chart provides district and school leaders with a guide to support this quick pivot to remote and online learning. The flow chart has a pathway for both short-term and long-term planning.

At the forefront of serving students, administrators and education leaders have been working to provide for the health and wellness of students beginning first and foremost with ensuring that the children who are most in need are fed. Efforts are beginning to develop to provide teaching and learning in virtual spaces as the duration of school closures is unknown. Shifting from a traditional model of instruction of in-person teaching to online/remote learning can take years to fully develop. We also know that during times of crisis, our country and global society adapt and make quick transitions to meet each other’s needs.

We look forward to being of assistance and sharing resources that range from foundational knowledge and skill-building to deeper level application and synthesis to support our teachers and leaders in bringing our very best to students.

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