About This Chapter
Who's it for?
- Teachers: assign lessons to your students during school closures
- Students: keep up to date with your classes and learn new topics
- Parents: supplement your child's learning during enforced breaks from school
- Tutors: target specific areas of learning with your students using online materials
Why You'll Love Study.com
Study.com has thousands of online, animated video and text lessons in every subject and at every level. Take advantage of a wide range of features when studying from home:
- Short, animated video lessons accompanied by written transcripts
- Useful timelines for each video that allow you to skip parts and replay them for targeted learning
- Well-organized, self-paced courses so that you can learn at your own speed
- A mobile-friendly interface so that you can learn wherever you are during your school closure
- A support channel for you to ask questions of our expert instructors when you need help
- Lesson quizzes, chapter tests, course practice tests and flashcards to check your learning
1. How to Use Study.com Lessons for Online Learning During School Closures
When schools have to close, learning and completing assignments can become much more challenging, especially for students who aren't used to relying on online learning. In these situations, Study.com can be a great online learning tool for teachers and students.
2. Online History Lessons to Use for School Closures
Has your school been closed, but your history courses haven't been canceled? The switch from the physical classroom to online learning can be difficult without the right online tools, so we've created a library of online history lessons to help you easily transition to a virtual classroom. Find the online history course for your grade level, and pick up right where your class left off!
3. Online English Lessons to Use for School Closures
Just because your school has closed doesn't mean you and your class will fall behind schedule. We've assembled a library of online English courses to help you easily transition from teaching in a physical classroom to teaching online. Select the online course that works for your English class, and start teaching online right where your class left off!
4. Online Math Lessons to Use for School Closures
Here at Study.com, we know how hard it is to transition from in-person classes to online classes. We've created a library of online math lessons that can help make this change easier! Look through the math courses for your grade level to continue learning even during a school closure. Find the lessons that you left off at and keep up with school while at home!
5. Online Science Lessons to Use for School Closures
Do you need to teach science online due to a school closure? We've created a catalog of online science lessons to help you transition seamlessly from a physical to a virtual classroom. Select the course that is right for your students, and start online schooling right where you left off.
6. School Closures in Oregon Due to Coronavirus: Continuing Learning for OR Students
School closures have spread across the nation as the COVID-19 outbreak continues. Students in Oregon who are affected by these closures may need to learn from home. If you're learning from home, check out these ideas to help you get started.
7. School Closures in NYC: How New York City Students Can Learn Online
Are you learning from home and online in New York City? This article offers many tips for how to learn online in New York City during the COVID-19 school closure pandemic.
8. School Closures in Texas for Coronavirus: How TX Schools Can Teach Online
Would you like to learn more information about online school options in Texas during the coronavirus? Discover some ways the Lone Star State is rapidly adapting to the changing world and meeting its citizens' virtual education needs.
9. Coronavirus School Closures: How School Districts Can Help Their Schools and Teachers
Can school district administrators help their teachers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic school closures? Yes. This article lists three primary ways in which a school district can support and empower its employees during this hard time.
10. School Closures in Georgia Due to Coronavirus: Online Learning Options
As authorities in Georgia respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, school closures are a reality across the state. What are the options for online learning? Read on for helpful suggestions for you and your family.
11. School Closures in Virginia Due to Coronavirus: Learning Online in VA When Schools Close
Do you need to know about online schooling options during the coronavirus outbreak in the Commonwealth of Virginia? We'll review some of the various ways you can adapt to your new learning environment.
12. School Closures in Illinois: Online Learning for IL Teachers and Students
As officials respond to the coronavirus in Illinois, many schools face closures and are turning to distance learning. If you are a teacher or student in Illinois, consider these tips as you prepare for online learning.
13. School Closures in Massachusetts: Online Learning in MA During the COVID-19 Outbreak
If you are affected by the Massachusetts school closures, you're probably looking for the best way to help your children learn from home. Continue reading for suggestions on making the best of home-based and online learning during COVID-19 school closures.
14. School Closures in Washington: Plan for WA Students Learning at Home
As the situation with the COVID-19 develops, government, local and education authorities in the State of Washington will make important decisions around whether to close schools in their districts. This article offers advice to students on learning from home, if the authorities decide to close your school.
15. School Closures in PA: Online Learning for Pennsylvania Students
As Pennsylvania schools have been closed by state officials in response to COVID-19, students statewide are faced with the need to learn from home. This article provides some pointers on navigating this season of school closures.
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