By Dr. Charles Fay of Love and Logic Love and Logic is the school-wide discipline program embraced by iLEAD Agua Dulce. According to a survey from the Love and Logic Institute, one in five American parents is more concerned about the negative impact of the Internet than of television, friends, movies, or even popular music.
We hope you’re finding a rhythm with your remote learning! Below we’ve provided the schedule for our ongoing virtual school, PowerSchool. Are you also looking for some fun, enriching activities and learning opportunities for your kids? Take a look at the resources below! Classroom Resources (ask facilitators for learner log-in access) PowerSchool: http://ileadonline.learning.powerschool.com Zoom: TK/K
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Remember our learners do not need to be behind a computer or doing worksheets all day. Get them out and learning through play! Have fun jumping to sight words, create with art, use fun loose parts for math. Take a pic of some creative strategies you are using, so everyone can get some playful ideas!
By now, you may have found and organized a space that works well for your child to learn remotely. Now what? Let’s talk about organizing your learner’s day! We’ve provided sample daily schedules here, including one that’s great for working families. Take a look, and you can start to work toward a routine that suits
Originally published by iLEAD Online Learning online has many benefits. Flexibility in where and when you learn and the ability to design your own learning space are two of them. But successful online learning requires some thought. Unlike a traditional classroom, online learning requires learners to take more ownership of what and how they learn.
Our TK-2nd grade learners read with their own special 3rd-7th grade “Big Buddy.” First graders created rabbit burrows. Second graders used manipulatives to create and write equations to represent arrays.
Eye on the Valley host Matt Watson interviews iLEAD director of STEAM initiatives Kathleen Fredette and our learners about the out-of-this-world DreamUp project! Eye On The Valley – March 13, 2020 Live in studio its the Eye on the Valley show!! Posted by KHTS Radio on Friday, March 13, 2020
4th grade: How can we influence the future of California by taking risks? 5th grade: How can I take a risk and inspire others to overcome challenges? Two strong Driving Questions and two amazing visits from real-world risk-takers who shared their experiences and knowledge. Our 4th and 5th grade learners engaged with public service members