Stay-At-Home Learning Resources
Boise State College of Education faculty and researchers strive to best serve Idaho’s PK-12 classrooms and communities.
But what happens when the PK-12 classroom is moved to the home? How can parents best support stay-at-home learning for their kids, especially those parents who might not have any experience working in education?
The College of Education is here to help. Our faculty and researchers are putting together resources for parents, teachers and students who are working both in and out of the classroom. This page will be updated as resources are added so check back regularly.
The college has also launched a “Life at Home” series of stories and posts featuring our faculty and students learning, teaching, and working from home.
Loren Bailly, third grade teacher at Taft Elementary and liaison-in-residence for Boise State Teacher Education, recommends creating schedules and designating workspaces as important first steps for stay-at-home learning.
Katherine Wright, assistant professor of literacy, language and culture, knows reading is difficult to teach but comprehension is the ultimate goal of reading for readers of all ages.
If you still have questions or haven’t quite yet found what you are looking for, send us your suggestion(s) for additional resource topics.