Supporting Remote Learning for Early Childhood: Part 1

These sessions were designed to help you think through the changing roles of parents/caregivers and teachers in supporting young children’s learning in a remote learning setting.  They cover:

  • how instruction can be part of a family’s daily routine,
  • how to build learning throughout the child’s day,
  • how to consider specially designed instruction and progress monitoring when using remote learning,
  • specific coaching strategies to use with families or caregivers,
  • how to differentiate between Specially Designed Instruction and Differentiated Instruction,
  • how to implement Specially Designed Instruction remotely,
  • how to embed goals in learning activities and daily routines, and
  • how to collaborate with families to monitor progress.

Prior to viewing each recorded session, please complete the pre-learning activity.  Upon completing the recorded session, please complete the post-learning activity. Both activities are designed for participants to complete and reflect on their own practices, and do not need to be submitted to NC-ELN.

These sessions should be completed prior to participating in Part 2, the Promising Practices Series.

Session 1a: Supporting Remote Learning for Early Childhood: The Role of the Teacher and Family in Remote Learning Environments

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Session 1b: Supporting Remote Learning for Early Childhood: Using Coaching Strategies to Embed Specially Designed Instruction into Naturally Occurring Family and Caregiver Routines

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If you have any questions or need more information, please contact us at elntraining@unc.edu.

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