Previously recorded June 2023
After an encouraging year of learning growth and recovery, we want to prevent our children from slipping down the "summer slide." This phenomena refers to when students decline in their academic skills when not actively engaged in school learning during break. But educators and caregivers at home can be proactive in stopping the slide through preventative strategies before the break, engagement strategies throughout the break, and remedial strategies after the break. Strategies like “rose, bud, thorn” and “Kiva Panels” not only set the stage for skills retention, but also build mindsets for readiness and resilience that inspire academic growth throughout the summer. Watch the recording to learn more about these strategies.
Register to watch this Strategies to Share webinar to learn about evidence-based and research-backed strategies from Panorama’s Playbook intervention library. Get access to:
- Academic and social-emotional strategies, toolkits, and resources that can be used in schools and at home to help reverse the "summer slide" and accelerate the “fall catch-up”
- The research and evidence behind the strategies, in addition to their connection to tiered systems of student support (such as MTSS and PBIS frameworks)
- Educator reflections and feedback on the strategies and discuss their implications for practice, implementation and differentiation
The Strategies to Share webinar series showcases evidence-based and research-backed social-emotional learning (SEL) strategies, from classroom activities and lesson ideas for teachers, to school-wide protocol and norms for administrators. Panorama Education shares its best strategies and toolkits, including those from Playbook, Panorama’s online professional learning library of interactive strategies and interventions that support student SEL.