Our eLearning courses can enhance the Foundations, Essentials, and Rhythm of Handwriting curriculum used in your classroom.
Supporting Whole Class Instruction
Use the videos in our eLearning courses to enhance the Logic of English curriculum taught in your classroom. Present the videos to your students while walking around the class and monitor student participation and response. Pause the videos to allow students to respond. Use the videos and activities for easy substitute teacher lessons so that not one day of instruction is missed.
University Model, Blended Learning, Hybrid Classrooms, or Flipped Classrooms
- Ask students to complete the digital interactive activities at home for extra practice and review when not in class.
- Use the videos to pre-teach the concepts at home. Once in class, use the materials from the printed curriculum to focus on applying what they have learned. Free up class time to work with small groups or individual students, delivering more focused instruction.
- Complete the lessons in Rhythm of Handwriting Online at home. Students bring in their workbooks for teacher review.
- Assign lessons that parents can easily deliver, keeping the home/school instruction in sync.
Stations or Centers
- Use the interactive activities as part of a digital literacy station in your classroom. Students can complete the activities for extra independent review. Incorporate your interactive whiteboard to create a fun practice center.
- Students can complete Rhythm of Handwriting Online lessons independently as an in-class station. Teachers review the workbook regularly.
Reteaching, Tutoring, or Absent/Transfer Students
Sometimes presenting the concepts in another way or with another voice is all students need for the concepts to click. Use the videos to present the material in a different way. Examples found in the videos cover the same concepts as the printed material but with new words and examples to allow for reteaching.
Virtual or Distance Learning
Students can view the videos and complete the interactive activities on their own. For accountability, students can submit screenshots of their completed activities through the school’s LMS. Combine with synchronous instruction to assess student progress and reteach as necessary.