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From elementary to higher learning, these tips can help with a variety of subjects.
If you’re new to the world of homeschooling, you’ll have to adjust your daily routines to make room for learning.
Writing isn’t exactly a walk in the park even for people who use it to make a living – be it best-selling authors or professional copywriters. Writing may be challenging, but it’s something you can improve on with lots of practice.
With the need for social distancing and cities in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, many schools and colleges are moving their classes online. Learning at home presents its own set of problems, which might be challenging to overcome without a little help.
This is truly an unprecedented sequence of events we have recently experienced, and perhaps the most astounding aspect of our current circumstances is the way time is moving.
Homeschooling your kids may seem like the perfect solution at first, until you realize it’s not that easy to engage a bunch of 6-year-olds for longer than 5 minutes at a stretch. So you might be in search of creative homeschool ideas to make homeschooling fun and boost their engagement.
When it comes to homeschooling, there are no lack of options, opinions, and misconceptions. Homeschooling has changed over the past few years, that much is true. Long considered a radical alternative to traditional public schooling, homeschooling is fast becoming introduced to many families in the US.
As schools and families try to navigate a new normal, we want to ensure that learning together continues. So we’re partnering with creators to bring families helpful resources and activities. These resources are not meant to replace homework assigned by teachers, but meant to complement that work.
Socratic was built to support Science, Math, Literature, Social Studies, and more.
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Staying connected is super important. Here’s a few ways to efficiently learn and work from home.
This toolkit is for educators and allows them to share resources to learn more about Google’s technology with Families and Guardians.
A glossary of Google tools used in the classroom, plus video tutorials and additional resources.
Here are some of the best practices for families and guardians to navigate the technology your child is using both in the classroom and beyond.
We’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions about tech in the classroom below with quick tips, guides, and resources to help answer your tech questions.