Recorded Webinar: AT-Home Learning & Teaching Ideas Blog (William & Mary School of Education)


William & Mary School of Education

Has the current school closure created new challenges at home for you and your learners? Join experts from the William & Mary School of Education for an informative and interactive conversation designed to help you support your students at home.

A panel of six faculty members will present tips and resources:

  • MATH: Gladys Krause, Assistant Professor of Math Education
  • READING: Kristin Conradi Smith, Associate Professor of Literacy Education
  • CREATIVITY & SCREENTIME: Lindy Johnson, Assistant Professor of English Education
  • SCIENCE & PROBLEM-SOLVING: Meredith Kier, Associate Professor of STEM Educati0n
  • SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING: Janise Parker, Assistant Professor of School Psychology
  • SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS: Mary Stowe, Project Specialist, W&M Training & Technical Assistance Center (T/TAC)
  • Moderated by Kelley Clark, Director of Teacher Education; Amy Colley, Executive Director of the William & Mary School-University Resource Network; and April Lawrence, Associate Director of eLearning.

The faculty members are working on additional resources to support families during this time, so visit the Teaching Ideas blog for more tips and resources. They will continue to update this site over the coming weeks, so check back often for more ideas.

Whether you are a parent or an educator (or both!), they know this time brings unusual challenges for at-home learning. They're so grateful for the strong collaboration among schools, districts and the community as everyone works together to support students.


Behavior Collaboration Curriculum/Instructional Methods Literacy Math Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Social/Emotional