Together, we’re presenting a new series of professional conversations and resources that center equity as a foundational aim of student and teacher learning.
The (R)evolution Campaign showcases educators’ professional expertise and experiences in ways that will evolve and revolutionize learning. Key topics will include how we will reopen schools, build trusting relationships, focus on high-quality professional learning, and empower system leaders. Through a series of webinars, podcasts, and blogs, we will learn together and facilitate national conversations that can drive action and enact change.
Join us as we share and go deeper in this ongoing journey!
The (R)evolution Campaign focuses on four critical areas, while keeping equity and students at the center:
- Reopening Schools—How do we serve the needs of students in this new and rapidly changing context, while both keeping them safe, and ensuring high quality equitable instruction?
- Relationships—What does equity-focused relationship building and equitable social-emotional learning practices look like within a virtual environment?
- Professional Learning—What needs to change around effective coaching for teachers, teacher-leaders, and principals, given unprecedented challenges?
- Systems Leadership—What does strong systems-level leadership look like within this new context?
Register now, and join us as we explore these themes and more, through webinars, podcasts, and blogs open to every educators. While we are not “experts with all of the answers,” we are eager learners, each be part of the change that we know our students deserve.
A panel conversation hosted by Ed Trust and the New Teacher Center
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 12 pm PST/ 3 pm EST
Join us and hear education leaders and students on how we can revolutionize relationships to make the biggest difference for their students this fall.
Learn how to: better meet student needs; recognize their vulnerabilities; elevate student voice and agency; welcome and empower students resuming their learning from home and the classroom. Hear, too, how to support social and emotional learning in ways that specifically the respond to the unique anxiety and trauma of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Join us for a live conversation with these students and education leaders:
Rising 9th grader, EmpowerEd member
Rising high-school Senior, Policy Council member
Ed Trust, P-12 Data and Policy Analyst
Chief Program Officer, New Teacher Center
Tani Reed Marshall, Moderator
The Education Trust, Director P-12 Practice
Erika Reese, Host
Vice President, Equity and Learning, New Teacher Center
Miss a recent (R)evolutionize Campaign session?
View the archive any time you like.
Supporting Students with Identified Learning Differences
With David Abel, Vice President of Program Solutions, New Teacher Center
Engaging & Accounting for Students During the Pandemic
Edwin Weaver, Executive Director of Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley