Last spring schools across the Cape and Islands were abruptly forced to close their doors and shift to remote learning because of the pandemic. During the summer teachers and administrators had to completely re-think how to engage students in learning while also keeping the entire school community safe from infection.
When schools re-opened this fall things looked very different than they did a year ago. On The Point, we discuss how the pandemic has pushed innovation in teaching and learning: what is working and where challenges remain.
Dr. Sonia Tellier, Assistant Superintendent and Director of Teaching & Learning at the Falmouth Public Schools
Carol Woodbury, Superintendent of the Dennis Yarmouth Regional School District
Patricia DeBouer, Superintendent of the Mashpee Public schools