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With remote learning now happening in homes, at community centers, at day care centers, and with relatives, friends, and other caregivers, it is important that all those supporting learning have the tools and resources they need to feel confident and ready to engage with their students.

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Vision 2031: Adoption of District-Wide, 10-Year Vision for Innovation

District vision of an innovative education and portrait of a graduate in 2031

Separate School and Home Devices

Providing high quality devices for each student at school, as well as loaner devices they can take home

Setting Expectations Through Surveys

Enabling "recalibration of re-entry" as remote learners enter in-person learning in the fall

Remote Learning: Planning for Improvement

Power Moves for Remote Learning

Highlighting Essential Habits for Developing Excellence in Mind, Body, and Spirit

Determining and committing to “Core Compass Habits” that promote student social and emotional growth

Deepening Arts Enrichment Through Three-Week Focus Scheduling

Modified schedules minimize health risks and deepen engagement

Creative Commons Basics

How Creative Commons licensing supports OER

Shifting Towards Assessment-Aligned Trimester Reporting

Adopt reporting that emphasizes power learning standards and reduces emphasis on attendance and participation

Districtwide Learning Framework To Create Coherence With Greater School Autonomy

Leveraging a learning framework to support school-based decision making

Access to Grade-Level Instruction Through TV

Leveraging local TV for remote lessons

Hybrid Learning With a Focus on In-Person Time for Labs, Hands-On Activities, and Collaboration

Creating time for labs, hands-on activities, and collaboration

Advice: Considerations for Creating a Homegrown Residency Program

Concrete guide to ensuring true alignment with your residency partner

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During one of our many deep dives into the black hole of internet searches, looking for strategies and tips you can use to #ReThinkHighSchool, we came across a holy grail of resources from The Learning Accelerator. They analyzed hundreds of schools and systems nationwide to identify the best instructional and operational practices for implementing blended and personalized learning. Here’s the best part: All of these resources are easy-to-find with an awesome category system you can filter by topic, grade, and audience.
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