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Meeting the needs of our youngest learners

Presenters: Abby Morales, Alycia Rhinehart, Tabatha Rosproy, & Michelle Elia

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When educators and students return to school – in whatever form that takes – early childhood classrooms will face particular challenges. Remote instruction is difficult to implement in developmentally appropriate and engaging ways for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and young elementary school students. Socially distanced classrooms present their own challenges for children who are still developing self-regulation and social skills. This webinar will share strategies for teaching young learners (preschool to grade 2) in ways that address their academic, social, and emotional development during the pandemic.   Participants will: Consider the academic, social, and emotional needs of young learners during the pandemic; Learn about developmentally appropriate approaches to distance learning for Pre-K through grade 2; Consider challenges to and strategies for socially distanced early childhood classrooms; Discuss

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Presenters
Program Director at Boston Public Schools | + posts

Abby Morales provides one-on-one coaching to preschool and kindergarten teachers and leadership in Boston Public Schools’ renowned program. In this role, she has worked closely with teachers of young learners and school leaders throughout the city’s diverse elementary schools and early childhood centers.

Leadership Administrator at New York City Department of Education | + posts

In Alycia Rhinehart's role at the NYC Department of Education, she supervises the newest early childhood education administrators who support superintendents in districts in Manhattan and Brooklyn and supports workforce development initiatives.

2020 Council of Chief State School Officers Teacher of the Year & Preschool Teacher at Winfield Early Learning Center | + posts

Tabatha Rosproy is the first early childhood educator to be named National Teacher of the Year. She teaches preschool for Winfield Early Learning Center in Winfield, Kansas. Housed in a local retirement community and nursing home, her classroom is an inclusive and inter-generational program.

Literacy Lead at Ohio State Department of Education | + posts

Michelle Elia works on behalf of the Ohio Department of Education as one of two Ohio Literacy Leads, a role that allows her to work with district administrators, teachers, and students across the state.

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