About this session
As students and families are heading online to learn remotely, how are they experiencing this transition and what unique challenges are they facing? It is imperative that we seek out and listen to the voices of our students and families during this unprecedented time.
In this discussion, we’ll focus on gaining a closer look into the experiences of some of our families. While not representative of all families, this conversation will help us gain insight into how we can better support and serve our community.
The panel will include several middle school students as well as family members. The discussion will be moderated by Anthony Nguyen of KIPP Liberation College Preparatory Middle School in KIPP Texas Public Schools, and Jessica Bautista and Barrett Doke of T.H. Rogers in Houston, ISD.
Jessica Bautista, Rice University alum and teacher at Patrick Henry Middle School
Anthony Nguyen, Rice University alum and teacher at KIPP Liberation College Preparatory Middle School
Barrett Doke, Rice University alum and teacher at T.H. Rogers School
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
12:00 PM CT
Panelists of parents, teachers and students
Presented By Rice Alum Educators
Jessica Bautista has taught elementary and middle school science in Houston ISD to support English Language Learners, Special Education populations, and Gifted and Talented students. She has also supported pre-service teachers at Rice as a science content specialist.
Anthony Nguyen has taught middle school math and Algebra I and currently is a Math Instructional Coach. He has supported math instruction in KIPP Houston through leading professional development, writing curriculum, and executing blended learning models at multiple campuses.
Barrett Doke has taught middle and high school social studies in Houston ISD and currently teaches 8th grade history at T.H. Rogers School. He also supports pre-service teachers at Rice as an education technology specialist.