Little had prepared us as educators to shift our instruction online and teach remotely in response to school closures. Despite a lack of time, and in many cases, resources, educators have risen to the occasion. But perhaps even more difficult than managing the learning of students on the other side of the screen has been managing work and learning of our own children. Join Cory, Lindsey, and Jennie, educators with years of experience working from home and managing the learning of their own children from preschool to high school, as they share their perspectives and processes for managing work and learning from home while maintaining their sanity (most days).
Director of Professional Learning
12 Years in Education, 2 1/2 years working from home
Mom of 3, preschool to 4th grade
Loves her early mornings to herself to get things done and the ability to work anytime, anywhere. Fan of schedules and lists
Marketing Development Manager
15 years in Education, 5 years working from home
Mom to a very sweet and active 4 year old
Often responds to emails while racing Hot Wheels
Customer Success Manager
14 Years in Education, 6 years working from home
Mom of 8 daughters
Other Skills: reading aloud with the voices and grocery shopping in bulk
This session is good for: Anyone working from home with kids around
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