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Scroll down to find resources for educators like you and families like yours who are navigating school closures related to COVID-19.(more…)
Keeping students on task and excited about learning can take all your best classroom management strategies — even when you’re delivering instruction face-to-face.
With many schools closing their doors indefinitely, teachers across the country have had to adapt at lightspeed and implement remote learning strategies.
While remote learning isn’t a perfect substitute for in-class instruction, there are lots of ways to keep students engaged while they’re learning from home.(more…)
Recent school closures mean kids will be spending much more time at home. As a parent, it can be stressful trying to keep your child occupied and learning from home in this unique situation.
That’s why at Prodigy, we’re here to support you, week-to-week, while you and your family work and learn from home.
Download and print our helpful resource below, created by our very own Prodigy teachers!(more…)
In our last blog Prodigy For Parenting: How Prodigy Works For Your Child, we briefly explained how a parent’s involvement in their child’s academics and education is necessary for their progress and development.(more…)
March 14th is International Day of Mathematics! This year, UNESCO’s theme is “Mathematics is Everywhere.”(more…)
The involvement of parents in their child’s education is extremely important for the progress of their kids, especially in the preliminary years when the development of logical and reasoning skills is crucial. This the reason why parents, especially gravitate towards monitoring their child’s math and science progress regularly to track their development with the help of educational technologies that track their overall progress and performance in school and at home.(more…)
In the midst of Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns and school closures, we — especially the mothers and fathers who work at Prodigy — can imagine how you’re feeling and what you’re going through.
The stress. The frustration. The fear.
But when the world seems to stop, the learning journey continues.(more…)
Concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19) and school closures have schools and families quite overwhelmed right now to say the least. As parents and educators ourselves, we can imagine how stressful life can be in these uncertain times.
But just because schools are closed, it doesn’t mean your students have to stop learning.(more…)
On March 11, the World Health Organization officially classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. As of March 13, 2020, President Trump declared it a national emergency.
It’s likely that governments of all levels will temporarily close individual schools or entire districts. This undoubtedly affects millions of families who will have to both work and learn from home.(more…)