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Learning Forward Georgia conference

By Learning Forward
February 2021
Learning Forward Georgia Board members: top row, Wanda Mangum, Leilani Esmond, Ave Tatum, Lisa Manross; second row, Janet Johnson, Chris Atkinson, Lynn Seay, Shon Davis; third row, Alena Zink, Melvina Crawl, Kimberly Turner, Tarnisha Dent; bottom row, Tekmekia Gilchrist. Learning Forward Georgia goes virtual In January, the Learning Forward Georgia Affiliate hosted its first virtual conference: Striving for Excellence in a Virtual World. Educators representing districts throughout the state presented 12 topics through the virtual lens, including equity, formative assessment and feedback, engagement, school culture, building community, and managing the virtual classroom. More than 180 people registered for the event. Joellen Killion welcomed participants during the opening session. Participants selected three 50-minute concurrent sessions, facilitated by Learning Forward Georgia board members, followed by a closing

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