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Exploring the integration of SEL and the Hāpara Instructional Suite

Exploring the integration of SEL and the Hāpara Instructional Suite

Adelee Penner, Learning Facilitator from the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium shares a timely discussion for those who are committed to creating caring, achieving and equitable schools and communities that develop the whole learner and ensure that all students can thrive. Adelee explores the whole Hāpara Instructional Suite to see where SEL integration can live. She also provides examples of how to embed the CASEL framework into your task design, workflow and in how you coach students for success.

Simplifying online and blended learning with Hāpara

Simplifying online and blended learning with Hāpara

Join Hāpara’s Lindy Hockenbary as she discusses applying specific tenets to set yourself and your students up for success during blended learning and how Hāpara can simplify the online component of your teaching.

Remote learning in the context of a pandemic- Three tenets

Remote learning in the context of a pandemic: Three tenets

After sifting through countless online resources and many 1:1 conversations with educators, I believe there are three big buckets teachers should prioritize during this pandemic: providing stability, sustaining relationships and innovating to support students.

How to thrive and not just survive your school year with Workspace

How to thrive and not just survive your school year with Hāpara Workspace

One thing educators are quickly figuring out is that teaching and learning remotely during a public health crisis does not look the same as it did in the classroom. That means many have adapted or been forced to in order to meet even more diverse needs as children learn from home. If students aren’t turning in their work, it probably means you need to adjust your strategy.

Why aren’t your students turning in their work?

Why aren’t your students turning in their work?

One thing educators are quickly figuring out is that teaching and learning remotely during a public health crisis does not look the same as it did in the classroom. That means many have adapted or been forced to in order to meet even more diverse needs as children learn from home. If students aren’t turning in their work, it probably means you need to adjust your strategy.

A teacher's tips for Hāpara Workspaces at home

A teacher’s tips for Hāpara Workspaces at home

Join us and Ashley Newman, a 6th grade teacher from Virginia, as she shares how she’s used Hāpara Workspace to teach her students in the classroom and from home during the quarantine. She’ll share her playbook for how to plan your Workspace for success, tips and tricks to make building your Workspace easy, and how to follow up with students in Workspace.

Strategies for teaching and learning from home

Strategies for teaching and learning from home

When schools are forced to close their doors, moving work into the cloud can be challenging if schools don’t have a strategy in place. However, with a little bit of planning and the right tools, remote learning can present a lot of great opportunities for learning that are unavailable in the traditional classroom.

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