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eSpotlight: Scholastic Learn at Home

Submitted by Tim Reif on Mon, 03/23/2020 - 1:30 PM
Scholastic Learn at Home

For teachers who now have to develop virtual learning plans, preparing instructional content for weeks away from school can be daunting. Publisher Scholastic has created the Scholastic Learn at Home website to support teachers and students while schools are closed in response to COVID-19. This free resource provides students with 20 days’ worth of learning journeys that span different topics to keep students academically active. (The site will be updated weekly until all 20 days of content is available) Access will be available for several weeks.

The site supports students with approximately three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects, articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and more. The journeys are designed to limit the need for printing and allow students to learn independently or with their families. These daily learning opportunities were carefully curated by Scholastic editors.
 

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  • Username: Learning20
  • Password: Clifford (case sensitive)

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Need More? Check out Scholastic Teachables and other Educational Resources Available During COVID-19.

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Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/23/2020 - 6:54 PM

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I clicked the link but it didn't work.

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Submitted by sudha on Mon, 04/13/2020 - 8:19 PM

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My kid loves the content of scholastic , he didn't get the chance to finish it off everything as he has his Own homework to Finish it off...
Thanks One and all supporting the parents, teachers and student by eResources.

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