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Webinar: Distance + Blended Learning for Historically Marginalized Populations

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About This Lesson

The San Diego County Office of Education created Instructional Learning Continuity supports for our historically marginalized populations. The team has created a user guide webinar to guide you through the webinar video and resource tools to support African American, LatinX, American Indian/Native American, and English Learner student populations. There is also an informative roundtable discussion of the Learning Continuity Documents in a podcast format.

The Distance and Blended Learning for Historically Marginalized Populations Module includes the following:

Session 1: Instructional Continuity Blended Learning Support for English Learners

Session 2: Instructional Continuity Distance Learning Support for African American Students

Session 3: Instructional Continuity Distance Learning Support for LatinX Students

Session 4: Instructional Continuity Distance Learning Support for American Indian/Native American Students

Session 5: Learning Continuity Roundtable

Audience: all district and school administrators, teachers, support staff, and community members

Resources

Videos
SDCOE Session 1: Instructional Continuity for English Learners
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SDCOE Session 2: Instructional Continuity for African American Students
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SDCOE Session 3: Instructional Continuity for LatinX Students
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SDCOE Session 4: Instructional Continuity for American Indian/Native American Students
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