Looking for helpful and practical strategies to ensure children maintain a focus on learning during COVID-19 school closures? TeacherVision and FamilyEducation have you covered. Julie Mason - mom of 3, former classroom teacher, and Head of Content and Curriculum at TeacherVision outlines a daily plan to keep you and your kids focused, productive, and positive in this unprecedented scenario.
Every working parent has time management challenges. Most of us have systems that we rely on to manage our family and work responsibilities (thank you Google Calendar and Wunderlist!). One of those systems is our schools.
Thousands of those schools have closed their doors due to COVID-19. Many parents are working remotely, and many of us are wondering how to structure our days. Teachers have been tasked with developing remote learning plans and using them to keep students on track. The organizational challenges we are facing at home and in our schools are unprecedented.
As a former teacher and mom of three who is now the Head of Content and Curriculum for TeacherVision, I am right there with you in wondering how it is possible to work, care for my family, and teach during such a confusing and fearful time. Below you will find:
A sample daily schedule for at-home learning during - Daily checklists
- Free learning resources and materials
- Emotional support and stress management resources
- Daily movement and activity exercises
- Reflection resources