Description

The San Diego County Office of Education created Instructional Learning Continuity supports for our historically marginalized populations. The team has created a user guide webinar to guide you through the documents for the African American, LatinX, American Indian/Native American, and English Learner student populations. There is also an informative roundtable discussion of the Learning Continuity Documents in a podcast format.

Audience: all district and school administrators, teachers, support staff, and community members

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San Diego County Office of Education

Toolkit

Two remote learning students collaborate on their schoolwork at home. <br><strong> Photo by Allison Shelley for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action </strong>

DESCRIPTION

In response to the COVID-19 school closures and the transition to blended learning, SDCOE developed learning continuity guidance, aligned to the SDCOE Instructional Continuity Learning Plan Template and the Equity Resource document, to address English Learners' instructional access. This session will provide a brief introduction to the Instructional Continuity Blended Learning Support for English Learners document, which includes the following sections: 1) communication, 2) social emotional supports, 3) expanding equity lens, 4) digital content delivery, 5) digital access/non-tech options, and 5) instruction.

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INSTRUCTIONAL CONTINUITY LEARNING SUPPORT FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS

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In response to the COVID-19 school closures and the transition to blended learning, SDCOE developed learning continuity guidance, aligned to the SDCOE Instructional Continuity Learning Plan Template and the Equity Resource document, to address African American students' instructional access. This session provides a brief introduction to the the Instructional Continuity Learning Support for African American Students, which includes the following sections: 1) communication, 2) social-emotional supports, 3) instruction digital content, 4) digital access / Wi-Fi connectivity, and 5) community partnership.

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INSTRUCTIONAL CONTINUITY LEARNING SUPPORT FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS

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In response to the COVID-19 school closures and the transition to blended learning, SDCOE developed learning continuity guidance, aligned to the SDCOE Instructional Continuity Learning Plan Template and the Equity Resource document, to address LatinX students' instructional access. This session provides a brief introduction to the the Instructional Continuity Learning Support for LatinX Students, which includes the following sections: 1) communication, 2) social-emotional supports, 3) instruction digital content, and 4) digital access / Wi-Fi connectivity.

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INSTRUCTIONAL CONTINUITY LEARNING SUPPORT FOR LATINX STUDENTS

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In response to the COVID-19 school closures and the transition to blended learning, SDCOE developed learning continuity guidance, aligned to the SDCOE Instructional Continuity Learning Plan Template and the Equity Resource document, to address American Indian / Native American students' instructional access. This session provides a brief introduction to the the Instructional Continuity Learning Support for American Indian / Native American Students, which includes the following sections: 1) communication, 2) social-emotional supports, 3) instruction digital content, and 4) digital access / Wi-Fi connectivity.

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INSTRUCTIONAL CONTINUITY LEARNING SUPPORT FOR AMERICAN INDIAN / NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS

DESCRIPTION

Continue to leverage best practices in a frank and in-depth discussion around the learning continuity plans for English Learners, African American students, LatinX students, and American Indian / Native American students.

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Valentin Escanuela, Executive Leadership Coach, Equity SDCOE
Izela Jacobo, Coordinator, Multilingual Education & Global Achievement SDCOE
Dr. Julie Goldman, Director, Curriculum & Instruction, Equity SDCOE
Dr. Steven Dorsey, Executive Leadership Coach, Equity SDCOE

PODCAST (30 mins)

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Resource Type

Professional Learning

Type of Audience

LEA Leadership, Other, Paraeducator, Parent, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher

Topic Area

English Learners, Equity, LCAP, Online Teaching and Learning, Unduplicated Student Groups

KEYWORDS

African American Students, American Indian/Native American Students, Communication, Distance Learning, Distance Learning Consortium, Hybrid Learning, LatinX Students, Technology