Addressing COVID Related Learning Loss Workshop
With all the conversations about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on “learning loss” how can parents manage their stresses and fears in order to provide the kind of support our youth need at this moment? Drawing on his experiences in education and recent research, Danny Diaz will discuss we can best address concerns around learning loss. The workshop will be recorded and added to the Brainfuse HelpNow website for those who cannot attend live/would like to review.
Dr. Daniel Diaz, Ed.D. is the Director of UCLA History-Geography Project and a former high school history
teacher, as well as the former director of Project Deviate, Inc., a non-profit he founded to support foster
youth in the San Gabriel Valley. As Director of the UCLA History-Geography Project, Daniel provides
professional development opportunities, workshops, and institutes for K-12 history-social science and ethnic
studies teachers that emphasize local history and are guided by social justice and cultural responsiveness.
Daniel’s research interests include the impact of local history on student engagement, the K16 continuum,
and how to best support history teachers new to ethnic studies.
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