As the demands for remote learning move into a new school year, we continue to learn from and respond to the new challenges for educators, students, and families. It’s our mission to keep students moving forward on their individual learning paths—and to support the teachers, service providers, and caregivers who are making this happen. We hope the remote learning resources we’ve continued to develop will ease your burden as you keep your students learning and growing.
Our remote learning resources include support available for getting students set up; videos for getting started with n2y solutions; and plenty of breaking news articles, communication boards, and social narratives for helping students work through this challenging time. And when the time is right to return to school, our classroom printables will help you set up and maintain a safe learning environment. For more personalized support, our knowledgeable Customer Care Specialists are standing by to help you by email or phone.
For Parents and Caregivers
If your child’s teacher has granted you access, you’re ready to go! If not, and if you haven’t previously requested a trial, it’s easy to create an account and take advantage of our differentiated, high-interest lessons; weekly current events to connect your child to the world; skill‑based education games for fun, independent practice; symbol communication tools to promote self-expression; and even resources for social-emotional well‑being. Plus, our free parent resources offer plenty of support for getting started, videos of our experts demonstrating how to teach key lessons, and much more!
Remote Access for All
It’s our goal to guide all our valued educators, students, and families through the challenges of remote learning. And we’ve been so pleased to hear from so many teachers and parents who are benefiting from our award-winning Total Solution to meet their online learning needs. We urge educators and parents who have not previously tried the n2y Total Solution to request a free 30‑day trial to experience the ease of delivering differentiated online lessons, social-emotional learning support, skills-based educational games, and much more. Or, if you’d like to see our solutions in action, contact us to schedule a sales demo.
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