S7 Episode 11: PD in 30 Creating an Inclusive Classroom Community
How do you build classroom community, even while teaching remotely?
In this PD in 30 segment, Hannah Jones, NBCT, assistant technology specialist in Madison School District, and Leah Clark, English language arts teacher in Glendale Union High School District, dive into how to create an inclusive classroom community and what that can look like right now as schools are closed because of COVID-19.
PD in 30 segments are exactly what they sound like: professional development sessions in 30 minutes or less. PD in 30 is most beneficial if you’re able to listen with a pencil and paper in hand and can easily hit the pause and play buttons on your listening device.
Here are also links to several resources mentioned in this episode:
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Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.
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