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Emergency Home Learning Summit 2020 - What Should Have Happened in September? And How Can We Fix It Now?

Barbour, M. K. (2020, November). What should have happened in September? And how can we fix it now? [Presentation]. Emergency Home Learning Summit 2020. https://www.homelearningsummit.com/talks/what-should-have-happened-in-september-and-how-can-we-fix-it-now/

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Emergency Home Learning Summit 2020 - What Should Have Happened in September? And How Can We Fix It Now?

  1. 1. What Should Have Happened in September? And How Can We Fix It Now? Michael K. Barbour Touro University California
  2. 2. What happened in the Spring?
  3. 3. What has happened in the Fall?
  4. 4. What should have happened in the Fall?
  5. 5. Departments of Education • provide guidance early • examine curriculum for continuity • re-consider assessment School Districts • provide guidance early • address digital equity • decide on standardized tools • provide professional development Schools • understand community realities • address digital equity • provide professional development
  6. 6. What can we do about it now?
  7. 7. Canadians should expect to live with the current inconveniences for the next two to three years.
  8. 8. “I think it will be easily by the end of 2021. And perhaps even into the next year, before we start having some semblances of normality.”
  9. 9. A Word of Caution Lack of teacher preparation programs • 1.3% of universities in the US provided any systematic training in their pre-service or in-service teacher education programs (Kennedy & Archambault, 2012) • in a replication study, it was found that 4.1% of indicated offering a field experience in an online setting (Archambault et al., 2016) • approximately one third of Canadian universities provided some form of systematic training to their pre-service or in- service teacher education programs (Archibald et al., 2020) Lack of professional development • less than 40% of online teachers reported to receiving any professional development before they began teaching online (Rice & Dawley, 2007)
  10. 10. Departments of Education • provide guidance early • examine curriculum for continuity • re-consider assessment School Districts • provide guidance early • address digital equity • decide on standardized tools • provide professional development Schools • understand community realities • address digital equity • provide professional development
  11. 11. Departments of Education • provide guidance early • examine curriculum for continuity • re-consider assessment School Districts • provide guidance early • address digital equity • decide on standardized tools • provide professional development Schools • understand community realities • address digital equity • provide professional development
  12. 12. Your Questions and Comments
  13. 13. Associate Professor of Instructional Design College of Education & Health Services Touro University California mkbarbour@gmail.com http://www.michaelbarbour.com

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