MAISA-GELN, MASSP, and Michigan Virtual have led concurrent development of resources, support and tools schools need as they design, plan and implement Preparedness Plans to return to school in the fall.
On Wednesday, July 29 at 1 p.m., join MASSP and Michigan Virtual for a structured review of the plethora of resources available to help provide learning continuity to students through the COVID-19 pandemic, including
- Online professional learning playlists and modules for educators
- Online and blended learning evaluation and planning resources, including decision-matrix for school leaders on selecting an LMS
- Crowd-sourced repository of online content options including access to FREE academic, SEL and mental health content,
- Resources on web accessibility to support students with disabilities and ensure ADA compliance.
On Thursday, July 30 at 1 p.m., join MASSP and MAISA-GELN on a structured review of the 10 steps to developing Safe Schools Preparedness Plan, including how to utilize the MAISA COL Enhanced Guidance Document, MASSP Roadmap Tracking Tool, and MV resources to not only create, but implement and progress monitor local MI Safe Schools Preparedness Plans.
Written by Colin Ripmaster, MASSP Associate Executive Director