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Keep the Learning Going: Resources for Learning at Home

4J educators share optional tools and activities for learning at home • Remote teaching and learning will come in April 

Eugene School District 4J educators have compiled educational activities and strategies that families can use to keep students engaged in learning during the extended school closure. 

The goal is to provide tools for at-home learning so families have some free, optional, easy-to-implement activities to provide structure, help students stay engaged, and prevent learning loss during an extended break.

Learning activities are organized by grade level. They cover multiple subject areas and include consideration for students’ special needs and physical and mental wellness. Some activities include learning with devices and technology, while others do not—similar to the student experience during a typical school day. 

Families can partner with their children to complete these optional activities. Many of these strategies and resources are already used in our schools, and some provide opportunities to try something new or to show learning in a new way. No new required content is introduced and no assignments will be graded.

Suggested home learning activities by grade level:

Special needs: Resources for students receiving special education and English language learning supports are included in the links above. For students in Life Skills, paper packets will be mailed home to families.

Remote teaching and learning: We recognize that these activities do not replace classroom instruction. Plans are being finalized for supplemental education activities that will reconnect students with our expert 4J teachers soon after spring break.

Access for all: We are working to meet the varying needs of all learners across all grades, and developing technology plans to make sure that all 4J students can have regular access to curriculum materials and learning opportunities and can remain connected to their teachers and schools.

Student Home Technology Survey
Remote Supplemental Education and Learning Supports 

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