Districts and learning institutions across the country are concerned about the impact the pandemic has had on learning. Will students have what they need to be successful moving into next year and beyond? Accelerated learning is one of the biggest buzzwords in education right now – but what does it really mean? And how do you do it? One only has to type in the word “accelerated” into a google search – and a volume of definitions, research based studies and different models pop up for “accelerated learning.” It can be overwhelming and seem like an academic rabbit hole. Accelerated Learning after COVID-19 is a new focus for educators.
Join JASON Learning, a 32 year-old non-profit, whose mission is to inspire and educate students everywhere through real STEM and exploration for a thoughtful reflection around this pressing topic. We hope that you gain insights and leave with concrete ideas for how you might approach it in your own educational community. JASON Learning offers a student-centered model with interdisciplinary approaches, social-emotional learning, and a focus on habits of mind and skill-building at its core.
Presented by: Amy O’Neal, Director of Education & Professional Development, JASON Learning
Amy has been a science educator since 1995, working in a variety of informal and formal settings including: Mystic Aquarium; East Hampton and East Lyme public schools in CT; and aboard Dr. Ballard’s E/V Nautilus. Her work at JASON Learning focuses primarily on professional learning, program design and implementation, Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) pedagogy and practice, and supporting partner schools and districts. Amy serves on the Board of the CT Science Teachers Association (CSTA) and the Southeastern New England Marine Educators Association (SENEME) as Past-President.
Learn more about how SFS and JASON Learning partner to deliver innovative STEM education to students, districts, and communities.
|June 15,2021 @ 11:00 am|
|June 15,2021 @ 12:00 pm|
|Standard For Success Sponsorships|