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Beginning teachers in a virtual world

Presenters: Katy Ackley, Monica Motley, Ave Tatum, & Jose Villasenor

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All educators are experiencing learning curves and challenges as we continue to adapt to the realities of teaching and learning during COVID, but what has been the impact on new teachers? Hear from several practitioners about what new teachers are experiencing, how experienced teachers are feeling like new teachers in some circumstances, and what schools and districts are doing to support brand new and novice educators in virtual and hybrid settings.  

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Executive Director of Educator Effectiveness and Professional Learning at Tulsa Public Schools | + posts
District Coordinator of Transformational Improvement/Director of Guidance and Supervision at Mobile County Public Schools | + posts
Coordinator of Professional Learning at Clayton County Public Schools | + posts

Avé Tatum has been in education for 20 years, teaching in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan, before relocating to Georgia in 2005, to teach for Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS). She has taught grades kindergarten through third. She has served as a district-level elementary English Language Arts facilitator, an instructional implementation specialist, and has served as coordinator of professional learning since 2015.

First-Year Teacher | + posts