1. Teaching and Learning Center Provides New Frontier Using Online Educator Development Platforms

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    May 7, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    During the pandemic, gaining professional development hours is next to the last thing on educators’ minds. Teachers are tasked with …
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  2. City Connections Supplies Virtual Learning Activities Hosted on CASE for Kids Website in 11 Council Districts

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    April 30, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Single mother Camille Rowdon is a law student studying remotely by day but also doubles as teacher to her 8-year-old …
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  3. 23 Adult Learners Celebrated During Pandemic as ESL/GED Learning Shifts to Online Platforms

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    April 30, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Venezuelan native Marbella Bolivar faced many struggles in her lifetime. She fled political upheaval in her country and joined family …
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  4. Second Wave: ‘Because We Care’ Food Distributions Include Masks, Gloves for HCDE Head Start Families

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    April 23, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    A second round of food distributions began this week as Harris County Department of Education Head Start and Early Head …
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  5. New COVID Learning Community Joins Principal, Teacher, Parent, Student Virtually through HCDE Special School

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    April 23, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Alex Busler, 11, gained an additional teacher this spring when his dad became a part of his virtual learning team …
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  6. HCDE Hosting Demands for Moodle Platform Increase as COVID-19 Distance Learning Booms

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    April 16, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    When online learning became the new norm in Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District due to COVID-19, teacher Cathy Austin was …
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  7. Therapist Ashley Scott’s Workspace Incorporates Shower Curtain, Family Dog, Plenty of Patience

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    April 9, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Reinventing her office space during COVID-19 is an exercise in creativity for Harris County Department of Education occupational therapist Ashley …
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  8. HCDE Occupational Therapist Helps Problem-Solve to Equip Katy Teen with Disabilities During COVID-19

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    April 9, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    (April is National Occupational Therapy Month, and we salute the HCDE therapists who are staffed in Harris County schools. HCDE …
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  9. ‘Care’ Boxes Connect La Porte Head Start Families with Food Assistance, Emotional Support

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    April 2, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Diana Moore

    A loaf of bread, a box of food and a few children’s books made the week a bit easier for …
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  10. It’s Time to Say YES! To Census 2020 on April 1

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    March 27, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    April 1 is Census Day and is observed Nationwide. When you respond to the census, you’ll tell the Census Bureau where …
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