Look at the new Free Summer Slide Activities Program Week 6. Below are resources for parents and teachers. This program will help to prevent your children loosing 3 months of learning from the previous school year.
If you haven’t enrolled already, you still can do so in the form below.
Invite students to join you…digitally. From Facebook Live to more traditional LMS systems like Canvas and Schoology, technology has made it possible to teach remotely. Over the summer, teachers can teach their students new material, hold refresher sessions, and be available for office hours.
Assign work. Summer vacation is long and students hungry to learn may complete their summer packets within a few days. Use programs such as Newsela and Flocabulary to maintain a stream of educational activities.
Find the version for home. Many of the programs that teachers use in school have versions designed for families. If you use a digital teaching tool that you think moves the needle, see if parents can use a variation of that tool over the summer. Storybots, BrainPOP and IXL Learning are just a few of the tools teachers use, which offer family subscriptions.