At this age, students learn best through authentic interactions and experiences. Preschoolers need opportunities to interact with people and the world around them. Remote instruction should take this into account through a combination of teacher and student directed learning activities for 60 live and 90 asynchronous minutes daily, as well as through home-based learning activities. We will focus on taking a strength-based approach that allows for joyful, hands-on and engaged learning.
1. Real time virtual instruction
A Pre-K student could start their day by meeting with their classmates and teacher through a real-time virtual classroom activity.
2. Group Lessons
A Pre-K student will participate in real-time instruction in a smaller group session.
3. Independent learning activities for families
Pre-K families will be offered self-directed activities, skills lessons, and gross motor practice exercises to help their child during remote learning.
At-home learning (For families who opt out of in-person learning)
60 minutes of real-time instruction and 90 minutes of independent learning activities per day