In this webinar, our in-house early learning specialists, Ria Simon & Kiah Price, share tips and strategies on how to build and run a distance learning program at your center. This can be a standalone program or one that complements your existing in-class program.
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🔍 Key Takeaways from Ria & Kiah
- There is NO handbook for COVID-19 – we are all learning as we go and there are no right or wrong ways to run your center.
- Whether you are operating a hybrid program with in-class and distance learning, or just offering distance learning, remember to go with the flow and keep things interactive.
- Get creative and use props or materials that you already have around your home. Ria used a car phone holder and attached it to her window for her filming set up!
We did live on Zoom and we learned best ot mute kids at certain times, show and tell, story time
I used screencastify and google classroom
I run a virtual summer camp via Zoom and with Power point. A theme per week. I covered all the development areas. One theme per week in Spanish for ages 4/5 and 6/7. Let me know if someone has interest.
We are creating a ZOOM class bag filled with materials for the children to use during our class time
We have an online program with two products – 1) Daily lesson videos with one live Zoom Friday meeting; 2) Private one-on-one via Zoom once a week. All online our MD county returns to hybrid/full time.
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