COVID-19 Statement:   TeachTown and Remote/Distance Learning
Many states and districts have recently announced school closures of either a short or unknown duration, and we expect more to follow. If you have been so affected, TeachTown would like to be sure you are aware that we are here to support you and your students in any way we can. Here are a few things we know we can do to help:
  • All TeachTown programs are designed to be used as effectively remotely in the home setting as they are in the classroom.
  • All lesson plans are written in such a systematic way, and at an appropriate level, so that parents can easily use and understand them when working with their own children.
  • All of TeachTown’s programs capture data automatically in any location. This will allow you to continue to document student progress even when the student is learning in a remote or home-based setting.
  • Continuous, real-time student data on both usage and skills/concepts both in- progress and mastered is provided.
  • TeachTown's programs keep the teacher in control of what the student is doing– even if being used remotely or in a distance-learning setting – never losing control of a student's course of study and work on IEP goals
  • Our SLP Assist program provides remote access to speech and language therapy lessons – again all under the direction and prescribed treatment plan of your SLPs.
Support for school districts utilizing TeachTown’s programs in the home setting and remotely
during COVID-19 school closures.
  • TeachTown is offering a series of webinar trainings for educators and parents utilizing our programs remotely during school closures.
  • These trainings are available for educators and parents who already have a TeachTown account – whether you were previously a TeachTown customer or have recently been given access to our programs in response to the COVID-19 related school closures.
  • Educators who do not already have an account and would like to access our programs can email us at sales@teachtown.com. We will help you get temporary access at no cost to your district.
  • For existing customers click here (this will bring customers to log in) for the schedule of available live training webinars.
  • In addition to these training webinars, after signing in, the Help section of our website provides access to a wide assortment of tutorial videos, tips, downloadable materials and FAQs.
Supporting continuity and intensity of treatment/instruction, TeachTown’s programs keep the teacher in control of what the student is doing– even if being used remotely or in a distance-learning setting. Teachers and SLPs can easily prescribe treatment and instruction thereby never losing control of a student’s course of study and work on IEP goals.
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"We first participated in a pilot of TeachTown and have since purchased the program.  From the very beginning, teachers raved about TeachTown's easy navigation and high levels of student engagement with targeted academic and social skills. Students who struggle with inattention are completing multiple tasks and enjoying learning! Students who require one-on-one instruction are developing more independence. TeachTown is an excellent instructional tool to promote student growth."

Brigid Bright
Director of Special Services
Harrison School District

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