Tips for Home Learning

  • Headshot of Sara Koprowski COVID-19 has forced many schools to close and have many people working from home. This means parents are playing the role of employee and teacher. Keller ISD Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction Sara Koprowski recently visited with WFAA to share tips and resources for parents working from home. Click here or on the image below to view the segment

  • Screenshot from WFAA interview

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    Create a simple schedule that works for your family. Keep in mind that you are not recreating the typical school day. Be sure to include time for reading, breaks, and family time.


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    Establish a dedicated workspace. Try to find a quiet, well-lit area away from TV and distractions. Organize supplies for easy access. Clarify your expectations for your child's work-time.


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    This is a time of uncertainty and stress for everyone in the family. Remember to take breaks, get fresh air outside, exercise, eat well, and rest. Find something fun to do as a family and give yourself grace.