Responsive Curriculum Design in Times of Crisis: An Assistant Superintendent’s Journey

Apr 30, 2020

When COVID-19 shifted learning from school to home, how did one district leverage their curriculum to create a level of equitable experiences in a digital learning platform? This webinar shares the district-level strategy from Gail Dahling-Hench, Assistant Superintendent in Madison, CT. She will be joined by consultant Allison Zmuda to engage with the audience in a story describing how Madison Public Schools developed their emergency project plan borne out of a multi-year curriculum design process.

This webinar, held on April 30, 2020, is the second in a series focused on effective curriculum design during the time of COVID-19. Eduplanet21 and NYSCATE have partnered with experts in the field to offer tools and strategies to accomplish curriculum transformation efforts during this uncharted time, and opportunities to share and learn from each other.

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