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Lessons Learned and Looking Forward: School Years 2020–2021 and 2021–2022

NAEA Town Hall Conversations | April 20, 2021

Lessons Learned and Looking Forward: School Years 2020–2021 and 2021–2022

Tuesday, April 20 | 7-8pm ET
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The school year 2020–2021 presented unique challenges that initiated tremendous innovation, creative problem solving, taking a deeper look at our society and selves, and bridging the gap of connectivity during this time of isolation. We each have a one-of-a-kind story from the past year, as well as great takeaways that emerged from the necessity of creating a “new normal” that was nothing like anything we’ve experienced. How do we make the most of what we’ve learned, taking it with us as we begin the shift into another school year that will likely be different as well? What will help us to move forward in the most positive way for our learners, our communities, and ourselves?

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Panelists

  • Anna Pilhoefer, Elementary Art Teacher, Santa Barbara, CA

  • Karen Rosner, Director of Visual Arts, New York City Department of Education, New York, NY

  • James Wells, Innovation Teaching and Learning Manager, Crayloa, Cordova, TN

  • Ray Yang, Visual Art Teacher and Grade Level Dean, University Prep, Seattle, WA

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