How District Leaders Can Help Facilitate Remote Learning
Some districts have e-learning plans in place when schools close for a day or two due to inclement weather. Today, many others are finding that e-learning is essential to continuing instruction during emergencies, such as COVID-19, but they may not be prepared for it. In this video, Keith Krueger, CEO of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), and Joe Sanfelippo, superintendent at Fall Creek (Wis.) School District, explain how district leaders can best lead teachers and students using remote learning tools during unexpected school closures.
Keith Krueger, CEO, Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
Joe Sanfelippo, Superintendent, Fall Creek (Wis.) School District
- Remote learning is a key solution to continuing instruction when schools close.
- To successfully implement remote learning, district leaders must address issues around device and internet access.
- Technology leaders aren't solely responsible for deploying and managing devices; they must also work closely with educators to develop an appropriate remote learning plan.