Remote and Hybrid Teaching and Learning

In these unprecedented times of change in education and the rise in remote learning, this bank of resources for Kansas educators will help you navigate the new normal. These resources include remote learning guides and templates, as well as training and support videos that will support students as they learn at home.
Resources & Non-Video Content
Training & Support Videos

Resources and Non-Video Content

Comprehensive Glossary
Remote Learning Handbook
Remote Learning Log Family Letter Template
Remote Learning Log Google Form Template
Remote Learning Log Google Doc Template
Contact Log for Remote Learners
Components for Personalized Learning and Questions for Students
An Educator’s Guide to Virtual Learning: 4 Actions to Support Students With Disabilities and Their Families

Training and Support Videos

This session is geared towards classroom teachers who find themselves needing ideas on how to authentically engage students in online environments and to encourage participation. Participants will learn about engagement research, how to choose and effectively use technology tools, how to encourage relationships online, and how to engage students in collaborative activities. Registration: Nov 11, 2020 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Contact Presenter: Dr. Heather Eubank
This presentation is for educators interested in the differences between remote, hybrid and virtual learning environments as spelled out in the Navigating Change document. Differences between each of these models will be addressed and Ben Proctor, Superintendent of the Hesston School District, will share his district approached the hybrid learning model. He will discuss the procedure used to develop this learning environment as well as what it looks like at the elementary school, middle school and high school. Resources are also provided to help schools or districts learn more about remote and hybrid learning in particular. These resources can be used affirm or adjust practices you are currently using in both of these learning environments to better meet the learning needs of your students. Registration: Nov 11, 2020 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Contact Presenter: Darla Smith
During this presentation participants will hear tips, tricks and strategies that allow educators to move between hybrid, remote and synchronous learning formats. Registration: Feb 17, 2021 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Contact Presenter: Meg Richard
This session will guide you in asking questions to determine the connectivity realities of remote learners, provide non-internet reliant instructional options, and consider the importance of building and maintaining relationships will remote learners. Registration: TBD

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Contact Presenter: Amy Huizenga