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SEL During COVID-19: How Can We Slow the Spread of the
COVID-19 Virus to Protect Our Communities?
Explore a simulation to discover how different
mitigation strategies slow the spread of a virus (COVID) while experiencing a
storyline around pandemics. Download: https://tinyurl.com/C19basicspread
Takeaways: 1. Participants will be introduced briefly to the anchor for a storyline around things people can do to help to slow the spread of a virus, using the current pandemic from COVID-19; 2.
Through interacting and engaging with a simulation developed for this storyline, participants will explore the effects of different mitigation approaches on the spread of a virus; and 3.
With the emotional toll the pandemic has had on everyone, participants will explore social-emotional activities and support for students.
Dawn Novak (Science Educator: Grayslake, IL), Dan Voss (Northwestern University: Evanston, IL)
A Differentiated Approach to Supporting Adult
Join us to learn more about our journey to support
teachers' social and emotional well-being by designing differentiated learning
experiences as we implemented three-dimensional science.
Takeaways: 1. Methods to design effective differentiated learning for science educators; 2. Ways to support adult learners via differentiation; and 3. Ways to strengthen the implementation of 3-D science teaching, learning, and assessment across districts.
Tonya Woolfolk (Houston County Schools: Perry, GA), Denise Richardson (Rockdale County Public Schools: Conyers, GA)