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Springfield Continuous Learning A Web guide for Springfield Parents

Why

In Springfield, we believe that learning can happen anywhere, at any time. Teachers, Parents, & Students need tools that can help guide them to continuous learning throughout the year.

Disclaimer:

Many of these sites require voluntary accounts that parents will create for their children. SPS does not manage and is not responsible for the data on these sites.

Reading & Writing

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching and practicing Reading and Writing.

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Math

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching and practicing Math.

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Science & Social Studies

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching Science and Social Studies.

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Computer Science

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching Digital Citizenship & Internet Safety. We also have links to tools that allow students to learn and be creative.

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Performance and Visual Arts

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching Performance and Visual Arts

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Physical Education and Health

This page contains resources to support parents in teaching and practicing Physical Education and Health

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Credits:

Created with images by Feliphe Schiarolli - "This is Brazil." • Road Trip with Raj - "Sometimes we make bad decisions, and you know what? That’s totally ok. What’s more important is how we learn from the consequence of the decision we have made. How we try to fix them and how we try to make smarter decisions next time. This photo dedicates to my best friend. Peihan." • Michel Porro - "untitled image" • Science in HD - "Mighty Mouse, a Robotic Vehicle Range (RVR) at Sandia National Laboratory. The Robotic Vehicle Range is located on Kirkland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, NM. It is the Mobile Robotics Department, a branch of Sandia's Intelligent Systems and Robotics Center (ISRC). The departments applies advanced technologies in engineering design, modeling simulation, embedded computing, materials, power sources, and control theory to needs requiring systems analysis and integration to rapidly engineer prototypes." • Nicolas Thomas - "Experimentation" • John Schaidler - "untitled image" • Markus Spiske - "untitled image"