Meeting the needs of most vulnerable populations in the K-12 classroom during the Coronavirus crisis
During the Coronavirus pandemic, which has affected the school systems since March 2020, many students have logged in virtually through asynchronous/synchronous instruction. This project investigates how the vulnerable student populations in North Texas are assisted during the Coronavirus pandemic through videoconferencing. The study engages with teachers to model and hear their perspectives and present findings on how they are working to reach these students while determining what students require the most assistance. With Coronavirus on the rise and students still learning through videoconferencing, many teachers want to know: what strategies have been established by districts to ensure that teachers can reach compromised students with making sure they will not fall behind in their academic years to come? The results of this project will pinpoint what North Texas educators identified as the high need students throughout the effects of pandemic pedagogy visible in the Spring and Fall semesters of 2020.
Creative Arts and Research Symposium