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How do I use Spaces for homeschooling?
How do I use Spaces for homeschooling?

If you are homeschooling, you can use Spaces to capture and communicate growth. Here's how!

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Written by Alasdair McMillan
Updated over a week ago

Homeschooling with Spaces

As a home educator, it can be difficult to find education technology solutions that work for you and your family.

Many tools are designed for district and school-level use, and aren't easily accessible for a small class of students. 

Why use Spaces for Homeschooling

Spaces provides a wonderful new way for students to capture and reflect on learning at home. Students can showcase moments of discovery in any form, from any device. 

Students can post a variety of media types (photos, videos, audios, and text are most common) to demonstrate their learning and their educator can respond with feedback and probe for reflection.

Spaces is a great place for home educators to assign tasks, provide feedback and capture and document student growth.

How to create a Home School Class in Spaces

  1. First, sign up as a teacher and create your class.
    Tip: You can choose "Home School (State)" to easily create a school.
    See: 'How do I create an account?' 

  2. Next, invite family members you are educating, as students.
    See: 'How do I invite students to join my class?'

  3. Your classroom awaits you! See ideas for your first post here! 

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