Using Studies Weekly Online for Parents and Students
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning is now the norm for most students across the nation. Teachers and students, although separated by distance, are learning together how to make this work, and parents are more involved in their children’s daily learning than ever before.
Many are now using the newly free access to Studies Weekly Online — a robust online curriculum platform with full Social Studies and Science materials. We realize, though, that parents and students new to using online learning technology tools may struggle at first.
During this difficult time, we want to minimize the disruption in each child’s education, so please review and share these Studies Weekly Online tutorial videos with all parents and students, so students can get back to focusing on learning.
Logging In Online
Navigating Online Articles
Navigating Reading Features
Using the Search Bar, Bonus Media, Images and Videos
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