Learn About Assignments and Challenges

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Listen 

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Establish a Timeline for the Tutor Session

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Applaud Every Achievement No Matter How Seemingly Small

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Close Out Every Session with a Recap

          remote learning AND TUTORING 


Every day our students face the disruption and uncertainty of homelessness.  On average, a child impacted by homelessness changes school 3 or 4 times each year.  The pandemic has created additional challenges, cutting off important social interactions with peers, teachers, and activities.  



Click to view:  Homelessness and Remote Learning, Brian Shactman, NBC10 Boston, Fall 2020. 


Our tutors offer a consistent, reliable and positive presence. They champion a child's efforts, achievements and help that student focus on his or her personal potential.  Due to Covid-19 mandates and the safety of our tutors and students, our tutoring program is now remote.  

For a Glimpse at SOWMA Tutors and Students 
click here.  

RESOURCES FOR "READ WITH ME" REMOTE LEARNING

Remote tutoring sessions can be noisy. There may foot traffic through a make-shift learning space and students may be tired, distracted by younger siblings or experiencing "screen fatigue" after a day of online classes. To offset distractions during tutoring and engage pre-k children with early literacy, SOWMA has developed "Read with Me" activities.

Dr. Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris present
Flip-Book Stories with Lesson Plans
Meet Dr. Burkins HERE! 


READ ALOUD FLIP-BOOK STORIES 

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Fun Stories! 














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ELEBRATE BLACK STORIES AND BLACK VOICES 

 
HOMEWORK HELP! 


PARENT RESOURCES

 

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School on Wheels - MA
100 Laurel Street
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East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02333

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