Learn how to structure a schedule that supports at-home learning needs.
- A huge advantage of learning from home is scheduling. … Now in a traditional classroom, … teachers are generally locked in to a plan and … fairly rigid schedule, but at home you have a lot more time, … space and flexibility to meet … your students' individual needs. … Instead of a narrow window of 30-ish prescribed hours … a week, you now have 168 hours to work with. … Got a night owl on your hands? … Not a problem, school could start at 10 a.m. rather than 8. … Need a two-hour midday siesta? … Take it, you could regroup in the afternoon. … You can focus on mastery learning … over just checking off the box. … Maybe that math concept's taking longer … than the 50 minutes you'd plan? … Don't worry about it, spend some extra time on it, … or even set it aside and come back later. … Now all this flexibility of course depends … on your school's policies. … If regular online classes have been scheduled, … you'll need to work around those of course, … but that still leaves a lot of time and flexibility …
Skill Level Beginner
Become a Portrait Pro: Family and Kidswith Chris Orwig54m 29s Intermediate
1. Home Learning Basics
2. Being a Teacher and Advocate for Your Child
3. Learning Tools
4. Tools by Subject Area
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