Creative ideas for teaching students at home
Amy Dujon, speaker and author of “The Gritty Truth of School Transformation,” as well as Director of the District Administration Leadership Institute, has been tweeting all week about creative ways to make at-home learning more fun and interesting.
A former teacher, principal, and district leader, Amy is a powerful advocate for education and educators. We encourage you to share this post with your district’s parents, and check back for more tips in the coming days.
At home tip#1: Select a novel and read it alongside your child. Engage in discussions around characters, themes, structure, or just anything about the text!! #schoolsout #stilllearning @penguinrandom @DA_Leadership pic.twitter.com/UuIeZtOE58
— Amy Dujon (@AmyDujon) March 15, 2020
🏡 Academic Tip #6: Fun Friday with loose parts! Today let’s use creativity and loose parts to cover multiple subjects. Check out the attached task and picture examples. #StillLearning @DA_Leadership pic.twitter.com/79wXuyixIY
— Amy Dujon (@AmyDujon) March 20, 2020
You’re doing a great job, take a breath. If you do nothing else, read to and with your kids, discuss unknown words, and what they know now that they didn’t know before. This alone will help prevent the COVID-SLIDE! #StillLearning #StrongerTogether2020
— Amy Dujon (@AmyDujon) March 24, 2020
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