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Many of us have just been thrown into this situation. We are forced to work from home and while schools are shutting down, most of our kids are at home with us. Mary Sauer is not new to this situation and wanted to offer her advice.
Making the switch to online learning is an adjustment. Many teachers have not had much practice or experience with teaching online and have just been recently forced into making the switch due to the circumstances we’re in. We know this is hard; here is an article with some tips to help you successfully begin teaching...
Check out this article with several ideas of activities you can do with your kid. Just because they are out of school doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. This can still be a fun and productive time!
Everyone learns differently. Some children will learn by listening, some by doing, some by seeing, and some in entirely different ways altogether. Check out this article that talks about different learning styles and helps you identify what works best for your kid.
Many teachers are familiar with Google Classroom as a tool to use within the classroom setting, specifically for posting assignments or links for students. Google Classroom is also an excellent tool to use when outside of the classroom and you want to be available to help your students! You can use Google Classroom to post...
Education.com (https://www.education.com/) is an amazing resource for finding the perfect lesson plan or activity for your learner. You can sort by subject, type, or grade level to narrow down an already well-curated list of materials. Learning doesn’t have to stop just because you’re at home!
While TED is definitely known for its motivational speeches, there is also a large library of more educational topics featured on TedED. Visit https://ed.ted.com/ to learn more.
Quizlet is a great learning tool that allows you to create quizzes about any topic. Additionally, there are several quizzes already made that correspond with pretty much any topic imaginable. Visit https://www.quizlet.com to get started.
“As K-12 schools across the country announce temporary closures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, there are things teachers and parents can do to keep students interested in learning at home, experts say. “I hope that, in addition to whatever worksheets they assign, teachers will tell kids, ‘I want you to pick one...