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How can you keep your kids healthy and learning this summer, in order to limit the learning loss that may have already begun?
DeeperDive Learning, which provides online professional development, has made two of its "FamilyU" courses available to parents, grandparents and others working with their students at home.
The company said it was making "How to Read with Your Child" and "Building Reading Fluency at Home" available for free for two to the first 1,000 families who sign up.
Those who register will receive a code and access instructions within one to two days via email.
Conscious Discipline has compiled a collection of free online tools for parents on managing stress during the pandemic.
"COVID-19: Resources for Families and Educators" includes free membership to SEL lesson libraries with videos, games, and audio downloads, focused on coping strategies and restoring a sense of normalcy.
The company has also made weekly videos available on social-emotional learning topics and provided access through June to a three-session professional development webinar on working with children in trauma.
I wanted to provide you some more resources that I thought might be helpful during this time for your children using Stemscopes for science at home. Now that we are having to do distance learning I thought this video and guide to share with you would be helpful.
These links show how to access your children's assignments and other tools on the online platform of STEMscopes would be a great resource:
Erin Rae is the Curriculum Coordinator at Lockport 91.