Whether you’ve started implementing e-learning days to make up class time or you’re just looking for more information, we’ve compiled a list of our best resources all about e-learning and bad weather days to help you and your students get the most out of spontaneous days off.
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Successful e-learning days—especially when they need to be implemented for any kind of extended period—requires educators, students, and families to adjust to new routines. Parents and other caregivers can offer some of the most important guidance students need to find the right online learning approaches, remain accountable for their work, and get extra help when needed. Here are five things parents and caregivers can do to help their child be successful when learning online:
The recent reports of COVID-19, or coronavirus, across the U.S has led to the closure of many schools and districts globally. We stand with you, focused on building school around the student, especially during times where access to quality instruction is restricted. In these situations, online learning is more relevant and important than ever, and we want to help so that you can continue to meet your learners' academic needs. In this special edition of Edmentum’s News Round Up, you’ll find the latest news we have gathered pertaining to COVID-19 and the impact on U.S. education. Of course, you can find the latest updates and data on COVID-19 on the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization websites.
The spring equinox not only brings with warm weather and more sunshine, it also means more opportunities for learning! In addition to the old reliable (and always fun) science lessons we turn to when the seasons to change (the solar system, plant life and vegetation, weather patterns) there are fresh, creative ways to touch on the spring-themed subjects we know and love, and even incorporate subjects like art and writing. Check out these four activity ideas for equinox themed learning!