字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Hi everyone, if you're already here for the "Structuring The Day" webinar from Khan Academy kids. Thank you so much for joining. We're going to get started in just a minute when folks have had time to join, thank you. Hi, my name is Sophie and I'm from the Khan Academy Kids team. Thank you so much for joining today for our parent webinar on "Structuring The Day" and how some of the Khan Academy Kids resources and tools and support center can help you keep your days moving with your little ones at home. I wanna take this moment to say thank you so much to our sponsors, Bank of America, Google.org, AT&T and Nevadas for helping us provide this support during school closures, we are so grateful. And I wanna just acknowledge all of you parents carers, grandparents, maybe some teachers who have joined today. You're taking the time to figure out ways that you can make your days maybe a little bit more structured maybe meet some more of your goals and we're so grateful that you're turning to Khan Academy and Khan Academy Kids at this time. I am Sophie Turnbull. I'm from the Khan Academy Kids team and today I'm really excited to be joined by two of my friends and colleagues Vicki Lang and Dan Tieu and they are both on the Khan Academy team. Today our big objective is to make sure you know where to go to find tools to help you structure your day and achieve your goals during this school closure period. We've got a bunch of free resources and we've got our expert Vicky joining to give us some tips and tricks. I think this will be really helpful for parents who are thinking about ways that they can help keep their children learning throughout school closures. We won't cover in detail how to get set up on Khan Academy Kids how to download the app and set up a profile for your child. And we won't cover specific advice for teachers. That is all really important stuff and if you go to the handout that is linked in this webinar you'll see that on the learning objectives page we have linked to the getting started guide and to the teacher guide. And if that's what you're looking for then I'd encourage you to check those resources out. What we will cover is a quick overview of the Khan Academy Kids resources. And then we'll spend most of our time hearing about this idea of structuring our day. And we'll hear from a pro on how to do this. And then we're gonna turn it over to you. I wanna spend at least 10 minutes of today answering your questions and hearing from you about what's on your mind as you try and structure your day with the little ones. Khan Academy Kids is a part of Khan Academy but it's a separate app, it's a mobile app and it was designed particularly for children ages two through seven. Just like Khan Academy, it's completely free. There are no ads, there are no subscriptions in the app. It is a really rich and educational and also entertaining experience for your two to seven year old. It has a range of activities. We built it with head start, so it has a lot of the academic and on academic activities that are really useful for getting your preschooler, kindergarten, first grader, ready to go on and succeed at school. So it includes math and reading. Also things like telling the time and life skills like getting dressed. It has a huge social emotional learning aspect to it. Things like understanding emotions and expressing frustration which I think is really important during this time. And it also encourages children to get up and move around to draw a picture for a friend and get creative. It is so much more than just drilling the hot academics and that's what we hear from parents and that's what they really love. During this time of school closures we have had a think about and we've talked to parents about what they're finding useful and one piece of feedback has been the app is amazing. I'm just really struggling to structure my day. How much time should we spend on Khan Academy Kids verses play time or doing other things that are so important through our day? And how on earth do I get any work done in this mind bogglingly confusing time? And one thing that we have come up with at Khan Academy is a set of schedules that just gives you a recommendation, a guide, a starting point, that educators and parents alike came together and helped to form that says, "Maybe you could structure your day like this." So on this page in your handout you'll see a template for the daily schedules. They're the Khan Academy schedules and they go right from preschool right through to the end of high school. So if you've got a child of any age and you're listening to this webinar that will be helpful for you. We've also included this more guidance link and that is the Khan Academy Kids team has added some very visual and fun schedules specifically for children ages two through seven. And if you're looking for something where you can actually engage and build a schedule with your child then I'd encourage you to have have a look at those extra examples from Khan Academy Kids. And we put these schedules out having heard that they were important but we could not have prepared ourselves for the feedback that we got from parents. One of my favorite quotes is a parent who says, "I just got teary eyed "reading the Khan Academy schedules. "These are fantastic." Parents just saying that it has really helped them to get some degree of normalcy back into their day. And so I really want as many of you all to access these schedules. We'll be sharing the handout and you'll be able to click on those links and check them out. But what I thought would be really important was to acknowledge that they weren't just work as is for everyone. And I wanted to invite my friend at Khan Academy who is an incredible parent and educator and child development specialist. I'll let Vicki tell her story. But I'd love for Vicki to share with you some tips about how you can really use these schedules as one tool that might help you structure your day and some other important things that you can keep in mind as you're doing that. So I'll hand over to Vicki. - Yeah, thanks Sophie. What a wonderful introduction and just wealth of fantastic resources you all have put together at Khan Kids. My six year old loves it, it's so fun. So yeah, I'm gonna talk to you a little bit about the specific schedules that we've put together at Khan Kids. And sort of the bigger principles of like what are some things to think about as you're structuring the day for a young child especially if you are also trying to get work done at the same time? So we're all, I'm living that myself right now. We're all trying to do 1700 things at once. Before I launch into that just a little bit about who's talking to you. I'm a learning scientist at Khan Academy. I help all of the teams understand how learning works and how to design for it. I've been doing learning design for a long time. First as an elementary school teacher and then an ed tech and I am the parent myself. I'm a single parent of a six year old and so I have a lot of practice. She's in kindergarten a lot of practice doing two things at once. And living this currently of her kindergarten being closed. I'm trying to figure out how to structure this day for her while also continuing to try to do my job. So let's look at what some of these key principles are of what we're trying to do on restructuring the day for a kid and why you would wanna put structure on it at all. If we can go to our next slide. Can we go to the next slide? Thanks, well sometimes it freeze up. I know that feeling, that's a terrible feeling. So what we're trying to do the real goal of trying to think through structure is to create a space where kids feel safe and secure so that they can can learn and you can work. Safety and security are good especially in an uncertain time like how we are right now. And then it's also true that kids who feel safe and secure learn better, their brains are more ready to learn and they're also better able to play independently when it's time to play independently so that you can get your work done. So it's kind of a win win all around. And that's gonna help you to be able to get even just a few hours of work done or not if you're not working. Either way, it's still good for the kids to know what to expect throughout the day. And then hopefully by the end of the day we can all go to bed still liking each other and getting along reasonably well by the end of the day even in this stressful time. So the big ideas to keep in mind cause as Sophie said, "Every family is different "and what works for one family "isn't gonna work for another." So I want you to be able to modify the tools that we're providing to work for your specific situation. And as you do that I want you to know what are the big ideas that I wanna keep in mind going forward as I make changes. So first clarity and communication is really helpful for kids. When kids know what to expect and what's expected of them, that helps them feel confident. It helps them feel like they are empowered to act independently and they can trust that it's gonna work out cause they know what's expected of them. When they know what to expect they come to trust the world as a safe and reliable place that they can walk around and then it's gonna be okay in general. So having that clarity of a list of this is what's gonna happen throughout the day and we're gonna stick to this and if it changes I'm gonna talk with you about that and partner with you about that. So that the kiddo is just aware of what's going on for them. That really helps them to feel secure. Connection is also really important. Connection with any trusted adult is an important part of security for kids. They constantly need that connection cup refilled. This is when you start to see attention seeking behaviors and it can be really helpful to reframe them as connection seeking behaviors.