Learning Continuity Guidebook: Maintain & Improve Your Learning Continuity Plan

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Back to School Planning: Deliberate Data Use

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4 Ways ClassLink’s Teacher Console Eases the Challenges of Remote Learning

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Administrators’ Guide - Make the Switch to Remote Learning with ClassLink

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Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Back to School Planning: Setting Priorities

While each school year brings with it a set of plans and goals, this upcoming year will require intense preparation. The present situation demands new paradigms for instruction and school operations. At ClassLink, we developed a rubric for back to school planning, in partnership with CoSN and SETDA. It includes core elements to consider as you plan for students to return to school for the 2020-21 school year.
Mary Batiwalla
and
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Learning Continuity Guidebook: Build Your Technology Ecosystem Plan

The technology districts need to support learning continuity goes well beyond devices, content, and internet access. Anytime, anywhere learning requires a solid foundation of technology infrastructure that supports learning both directly and indirectly.
Gene Silverman
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Shelley Rossitto
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Learning Continuity Guidebook: Secure & Sustain Funding

Planning for learning continuity requires a shift in how we think about funding. As a district-wide issue, there must be a district-wide commitment to establish learning continuity – especially when it comes to funding those efforts.
Sheryl Abshire
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Diane Doersch
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Learning Continuity Guidebook: Establish Equity & Access

Whether you call it the digital divide, the homework gap, or something else, we’ve never been able to provide all students in our education system with equitable access to online educational materials and opportunities. As a result, our most vulnerable students get left behind and suffer the most in educational losses. Sadly, the problem is exacerbated by the current health crisis.
Laurence Cocco
and
Jerri Kemble
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

What Lies Ahead - Planning for the 2020-21 School Year

Usually May brings with it exciting times for schools. In some areas of the country, it means end-of-year celebrations, graduations, proms, and a beginning to the summer season. In other parts, preparations for all these things would be starting. Unfortunately, these are not typical times. Now May brings an early end to the school year for many and a muddling through the final leg of remote learning for others.
Mary Batiwalla
and
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Learning Continuity Guidebook: Start With Your Vision & Goals

Whether it’s a pandemic, a fire, inclement weather, or some other unforeseen circumstance, learning must continue. As district leaders, it’s our responsibility to set up our students, and teachers, for success. Our experiences – and countless conversations – have shown us that the following nine pillars are the core considerations for a learning continuity plan that is effective, inclusive, and enduring.
Diane Doersch
and
Frankie Jackson
ClassLink
Remote Learning

Parents’ Guide - Easy ClassLink Access

Your school district is using ClassLink to help make the transition to remote learning as smooth as possible for you and your child. With ClassLink LaunchPad, your child uses just one username and password to access all their digital resources.
Jamie Saponaro
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ClassLink
Remote Learning

Teachers’ Guide - Productive eLearning with ClassLink

As you transition to using ClassLink for remote learning, you probably have questions. You might even be wondering where to start. We get it, and we’re here to help.
Jamie Saponaro
and
ClassLink
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Administrators’ Guide - Make the Switch to Remote Learning with ClassLink

Moving your entire district to remote and online learning at a moment’s notice is no easy feat. At ClassLink, we want to support you through this transition. In this post, you’ll find an easy-to-follow guide outlining critical steps you should take to prepare your teachers, staff, and students for using ClassLink to learn at home.
Jamie Saponaro
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