Academic Youth Development 10.22.20 Equip Teachers & Students to Make the Most of Learning Time.





To build a strong remote classroom culture where all students are engaged, and actively managing their own learning each day teachers are turning to Agile Mind’s Academic Youth Development (AYD) programs. These resources allow them to address the diverse social, emotional, and academic development needs of all their students with tools that have shown solid results for improving students’ academic performance – especially in challenging subjects like math and science.

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A Leader’s Perspective About AYD

Questions asked:

00;45 What is Algebra for All? How does AYD fit in with this work?

03;23 How did the outcomes for students and teachers achieved through AYD meet your expectations?

05;57 How important are the skills learned in AYD in this new learning environment?

08;42 How can remote learning be used to build students’ social and emotional learning competencies?

11;41 What role do norms and routines play in supporting students’ learning in this environment?

13;40 How do you see the social and emotional learning skills learned in AYD supporting students’ capacity in math?

15;37 What is the AYD professional learning experience like for teachers?

17;31 How do you believe a productive learning culture can be created remotely?

19;10 How and why has your work with Agile Mind grown over the years?

22;24 What role do families play in supporting students’ positive mindsets and skills for learning?

24;10 What else would you want to share about the work with AYD and Agile Mind?

26;05 How have your Algebra for All plans changed because of COVID, and what are your plans moving forward?

28;54 For educators considering investments in SEL, how do you believe the skills in AYD are beneficial for teachers and students in other districts?

Leader’s Fall Roadmap: SEL Essential to Overcoming COVID Impacts on Academic Success





Developing students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) competencies—and educators’ abilities to foster them—empowers learning communities and equips them to manage new realities and to get on track and stay there. Agile Mind and our authors at The Charles A. Dana Center have organized a discussion with district leaders about the critical importance of SEL competencies amidst the public health crisis.

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