If you are a student, please consider providing feedback to the questions posed by the Connecticut State Department of Education about how to make distance learning more effective. Your voice and ideas are crucial to this conversation. Schools will be sending out more information on how to participate and all responses are anonymous and take as little as 5 – 10 minutes to complete. — Will Haskell
CT STUDENTS: As Office of Governor Ned Lamont, Connecticut State Department of Education, and other leaders consider decisions on reopening schools, we want YOU to be part of this important conversation!
The sudden move to distance learning due to #COVID19 has been a challenge for all of us. That’s why we’re using Thoughtexchange to directly engage #studentvoice for ideas on how to improve distance learning should it be needed again for the 2020-21 school year, i.e. what changes could be made to make learning from home more engaging and effective for students?
Your valuable feedback will be critical to this process. Share how you feel: please look for details from your school on how to participate. All responses are anonymous and take as little as 5 – 10 minutes to complete; however, you can come back at any time and complete questions at your own pace. We appreciate your insight!
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