The live recording for this webinar has been cancelled. A recording will be sent out to all registrants at a later date.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed many things within the education system. It has forced educators to become creative and develop new learning methods to support all students. One of these new learning methods are small group lessons or school cohorts, often referred to as microschools. While the idea of microschools may be new to some, many are familiar with this learning method through teaching fellowships.
This webinar features speakers from the National Rural Education Association and InnovateEDU, as they discuss their experience with both microschools and small group instruction in rural and urban settings, as well as the impact of small group instruction on students with disabilities.
This recorded webinar will be of interest to educators, administrators, and school and district leaders.