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Tips and advice for schooling at home

Tips and advice for schooling at home

As K-12 schools through North Carolina are closed for the rest of the school year to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Carolina’s School of Education is serving as a resource for our state’s teachers, students and parents as they navigate the challenging situation. 

The School of Education has published a webpage that provides at-home learning tips and advice from faculty experts. 

These resources cover a variety of topics, including ways for students to stay engaged in academics while they are away from the classroom, suggested at-home school schedules, reviews of student learning apps and ideas on how to talk to children about the pandemic.

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