Audeo Charter School: Building on an Existing Personalized Learning Model
The pandemic forces a school designed to foster student independence to take individualized support and family collaboration to the next level.
- Even schools designed to support individual students, form strong partnerships with parents, and enable independent learning before the pandemic must strengthen those practices to help students and families navigate the disruption wrought by COVID-19.
- Holding virtual IEP meetings for all of their students with disabilities will help schools create a foundation for communication, collaboration, and goal-setting—even though it is not required by law.
- Creating new systems to train parents to better assist their children at home helps remote learning efforts succeed.