Ideas for Family Literacy Programs at a Distance
Remote Instruction for Family Literacy Programs: Dealing with COVID-19 Challenges in the Virtual Classroom provides suggestions for dealing with the challenges of providing distance learning in family literacy programs. This recorded webinar, from the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy, presents ideas for creating online learning opportunities for parents and children to learn together and provides examples of virtual lessons. Digital resources are reviewed and include apps and website links. View the webinar below.
The Q & A from the webinar is also available.
Find resources for communicating with families, supporting adult learning, parent education, early childhood/school-age learning, and interactive literacy activities in Remote Instruction Resources for Family Literacy Programs. This document was updated in July.
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