Reopening: Are all the "bases" covered? Understanding the Back to School Matrix and Where Gaps May Exist!

When:

Thursday
,
20
August
2020
Thursday, August 20, 2020
12:00
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12:45
EDT
12:00 pm
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12:45 pm
EDT

Where:

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Where:

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When:

Thursday
,
20
August
2020
Thursday, August 20, 2020
12:00
-
12:45
EDT
12:00 pm
-
12:45 pm
EDT

Featured Presenters:

Mary Batiwalla

Director of Evaluation Analytics
ClassLink

Bob Chappell

VP of Instructional Technology
ClassLink

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

What we created? Back to School Plan Rubric
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning, ClassLink created several tools and resources. Among the tools is this rubric to help organizations self-assess their plans for returning to school for the 2020-21 school year. This tool includes suggested progress metrics to help you measure the success of your back to school strategies as students return to learning this fall. You will be able to engage and hear from the project leader, Mary Batiwalla, Director of Evaluation Analytics, ClassLink. (Former - Assistant Commissioner, TN Dept of Education). This work continues ClassLink’s reputation as a trusted partner for schools and districts in their online learning pursuits.

What's the vision for it?
We want this rubric to exist in the public domain as a living document. We encourage you to adapt this resource to serve your district's needs. The rubric includes a scoring mechanism that you may use to score your plan and its elements. We welcome feedback to continuously improve the rubric. We encourage professional leadership associations (e.g. COSN, SETDA, AESA, and AASA) to adopt and contribute to the improvement of the rubric.

Who is ClassLink?
For over 22 years, schools have trusted ClassLink to deliver online learning. ClassLink's single sign-on provides students and staff with one homebase for education. ClassLink Analytics helps school leaders measure student and staff engagement from home.

Other resources:

Featured Speakers:

Mary Batiwalla

Director of Evaluation Analytics
ClassLink

Bob Chappell

VP of Instructional Technology
ClassLink

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

What we created? Back to School Plan Rubric
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning, ClassLink created several tools and resources. Among the tools is this rubric to help organizations self-assess their plans for returning to school for the 2020-21 school year. This tool includes suggested progress metrics to help you measure the success of your back to school strategies as students return to learning this fall. You will be able to engage and hear from the project leader, Mary Batiwalla, Director of Evaluation Analytics, ClassLink. (Former - Assistant Commissioner, TN Dept of Education). This work continues ClassLink’s reputation as a trusted partner for schools and districts in their online learning pursuits.

What's the vision for it?
We want this rubric to exist in the public domain as a living document. We encourage you to adapt this resource to serve your district's needs. The rubric includes a scoring mechanism that you may use to score your plan and its elements. We welcome feedback to continuously improve the rubric. We encourage professional leadership associations (e.g. COSN, SETDA, AESA, and AASA) to adopt and contribute to the improvement of the rubric.

Who is ClassLink?
For over 22 years, schools have trusted ClassLink to deliver online learning. ClassLink's single sign-on provides students and staff with one homebase for education. ClassLink Analytics helps school leaders measure student and staff engagement from home.

Other resources:

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

What we created? Back to School Plan Rubric
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning, ClassLink created several tools and resources. Among the tools is this rubric to help organizations self-assess their plans for returning to school for the 2020-21 school year. This tool includes suggested progress metrics to help you measure the success of your back to school strategies as students return to learning this fall. You will be able to engage and hear from the project leader, Mary Batiwalla, Director of Evaluation Analytics, ClassLink. (Former - Assistant Commissioner, TN Dept of Education). This work continues ClassLink’s reputation as a trusted partner for schools and districts in their online learning pursuits.

What's the vision for it?
We want this rubric to exist in the public domain as a living document. We encourage you to adapt this resource to serve your district's needs. The rubric includes a scoring mechanism that you may use to score your plan and its elements. We welcome feedback to continuously improve the rubric. We encourage professional leadership associations (e.g. COSN, SETDA, AESA, and AASA) to adopt and contribute to the improvement of the rubric.

Who is ClassLink?
For over 22 years, schools have trusted ClassLink to deliver online learning. ClassLink's single sign-on provides students and staff with one homebase for education. ClassLink Analytics helps school leaders measure student and staff engagement from home.

Other resources:

Register Now!

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

What we created? Back to School Plan Rubric
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning, ClassLink created several tools and resources. Among the tools is this rubric to help organizations self-assess their plans for returning to school for the 2020-21 school year. This tool includes suggested progress metrics to help you measure the success of your back to school strategies as students return to learning this fall. You will be able to engage and hear from the project leader, Mary Batiwalla, Director of Evaluation Analytics, ClassLink. (Former - Assistant Commissioner, TN Dept of Education). This work continues ClassLink’s reputation as a trusted partner for schools and districts in their online learning pursuits.

What's the vision for it?
We want this rubric to exist in the public domain as a living document. We encourage you to adapt this resource to serve your district's needs. The rubric includes a scoring mechanism that you may use to score your plan and its elements. We welcome feedback to continuously improve the rubric. We encourage professional leadership associations (e.g. COSN, SETDA, AESA, and AASA) to adopt and contribute to the improvement of the rubric.

Who is ClassLink?
For over 22 years, schools have trusted ClassLink to deliver online learning. ClassLink's single sign-on provides students and staff with one homebase for education. ClassLink Analytics helps school leaders measure student and staff engagement from home.

Other resources:

Register Now!

ClassLink is hosting this free virtual summit to discuss the back to school rubrics that ClassLink, AASA, AESA, SONH, and SETDA developed.

What we created? Back to School Plan Rubric
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning, ClassLink created several tools and resources. Among the tools is this rubric to help organizations self-assess their plans for returning to school for the 2020-21 school year. This tool includes suggested progress metrics to help you measure the success of your back to school strategies as students return to learning this fall. You will be able to engage and hear from the project leader, Mary Batiwalla, Director of Evaluation Analytics, ClassLink. (Former - Assistant Commissioner, TN Dept of Education). This work continues ClassLink’s reputation as a trusted partner for schools and districts in their online learning pursuits.

What's the vision for it?
We want this rubric to exist in the public domain as a living document. We encourage you to adapt this resource to serve your district's needs. The rubric includes a scoring mechanism that you may use to score your plan and its elements. We welcome feedback to continuously improve the rubric. We encourage professional leadership associations (e.g. COSN, SETDA, AESA, and AASA) to adopt and contribute to the improvement of the rubric.

Who is ClassLink?
For over 22 years, schools have trusted ClassLink to deliver online learning. ClassLink's single sign-on provides students and staff with one homebase for education. ClassLink Analytics helps school leaders measure student and staff engagement from home.

Other resources:

Featured Speakers:

Mary Batiwalla

Director of Evaluation Analytics

Bob Chappell

VP of Instructional Technology

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