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The disruption caused by the pandemic has taught us the importance of reimagining the teaching and learning environment. Institutional resiliency involves being quick to innovate with less hesitancy, and being willing to collaborate with stakeholders.

 THE DESK 

Reinventing Education for the Evolving World
Reinventing Education for the Evolving World

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With the looming return of face-to-face classes, schools need to examine their structures and processes to ensure the safety of all their stakeholders.
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Preparing for the Safe Resumption of In-Person Classes
Preparing for the Safe Resumption of In-Person Classes
Five educators share the obstacles they encountered during the pandemic and the steps they took to rise above the challenges.
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QUALITY TEACHER ASKS: “What is the biggest challenge your school encountered during the pandemic and how did you overcome it?”

 #COMMUNITY 

QUALITY TEACHER ASKS: “What is the biggest challenge your school encountered during the pandemic and how did you overcome it?”
Being prepared for any circumstance means not only having the tools but also acquiring the trained mindset of resilience.
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​Building Next Level Education

 DIWA INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT 

Building Next Level Education
​Three school leaders share how they were able to successfully navigate their schools through disruption to ensure learning continuity for their stakeholders.
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Reinventing Education: Stories of Survival and Success Amid a Disruption

 INNOVATIVE EDUCATOR 

Reinventing Education: Stories of Survival and Success Amid a Disruption