The new first year
A PARENT + TEACHER GUIDE TO VIRTUAL EDUCATION
In a world where virtual education and teaching from home has become the new norm, parents and educators have been thrust into a new and challenging reality. This class offers a well-rounded solution to the fears, anxiety and uncertainty surrounding this ‘New First Year’ of virtual education. From strategic planning, relationship management, self-care prioritization, and narrowing in on what exactly your role is, this class addresses the most important aspects of virtual education while striving to cultivate a spirit of collaboration among educators and parents alike.
LIMITED TIME New Release Special
- 3+ hours of video content taught by Hope and Wade King
- Topics covering: strategic planning, knowing your role, managing relationships, and self-care
- 20-page interactive class guide
- Access through your HollisU portal
- Audio files for easy listening on any device
MEET HOPE & WADE KING
Hope and Wade King are a dynamic, husband-and-wife duo, passionate about the world of education, and working to help teachers make school a place where students WANT to learn each and every day. Both Hope and Wade are educators who have found tremendous success with students from a variety of backgrounds and have built their classrooms on the foundation of student engagement powered by academic rigor. Together, Hope and Wade co-authored the books The Wild Card and The Wild Card Kids. Hope is a co-founder of the popular Get Your Teach On Conference, a professional development conference for educators and school administrators.