Supporting All Students Returning to In-Person Instruction

Class Details

  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: Always open
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  • PSEA Member Price: $0
  • This session was presented by Dr. Gina Spicknall-Cook and Donna Halpin of PaTTAN as a Professional Issues webinar for the December 2021 House of Delegates. It was recorded on December 9, 2021 with minor edits made to remove irrelevant materials.

  • Currently Enrolled: 31

About the Course

Fall 2021 Professional Issues Session 

Course Description: Educators throughout the Commonwealth are challenged to serve students returning to in-person instruction following various levels of remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Educators are encouraged to accelerate learning to help combat learning loss; however, issues such as social and emotional needs and staffing shortages create barriers to success. Several programs and funding initiatives are available to assist schools and educators as they support students; however, educators face time and resource limitations when working with students. This session seeks to empower educators to better determine which supports are likely to yield the most benefits to students. PaTTAN’s Gina Spicknall-Cook and Donna Halpin guide educators in this session to fully capitalize on the multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) available in most PA schools so that they can provide efficient and effective supports that meet the unique needs of their student populations.

Course Hours: 1.5

  • Grade(s): Elementary Secondary
  • Subject(s): Educator Professional Practices Social and Emotional Learning
  • Teacher Quality Standard(s): Danielson Domain 1 Danielson Domain 3


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