Communicating and Recovering Unfinished Learning

Session Sponsored by NIET | National Institute for Excellence in Teaching

In order to address unfinished learning, schools need to make decisions about what data to analyze, what needs to prioritize, how to accelerate student learning based on student needs, and considerations for continued impact. Provided by the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, this session will help participants make connections to their current learning practices and the cycle of actions that focus on accelerating learning so that all students have the opportunity to meet yearly expectations.


“The NIET structure and coaching are directly connected to our success. We are better, and we are now internalizing all those coaching moments and using them with each other.”
                    – Tammy Woolbright, Supervisor of Instruction (pre-K-8) Jackson County Schools, TN

“I wish I knew about NIET in my first year as principal. Our work with NIET has resulted in an instructional culture that is more focused, reflective and purpose-driven. Teachers are delivering instruction with more clarity, depth, and enjoyment!”
                    - Hayward Jean, Elementary Principal, Orangeburg, S.C.

“NIET’s framework is a game-changer for our district. It confirms that success is achieved when educators are trained to adapt their teaching methods to reach children regardless of nationality, socioeconomic background, learning disabilities, and personal challenges. NIET has empowered our educators to give their very best and be a catalyst for students to do their best.”
                   – Patrick W. Mapes, Superintendent, Perry Township Schools, IN


Free to KASA Members

April 13, 2021
10:00-11:30 a.m. ET /
9:00-10:30 a.m. CT

Session will be offered virtually
(a zoom link will be sent to all who are registered)

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For more information about the session or NIET, contact:

Bobby Cox, Ed.S. 
(931) 607-0339