Small Group Learning Pods
Learning pods are solutions designed to facilitate small group engagement either in your home or virtually. Groups of 2-8 students convene at a designated location outdoors (typically a family home) with one or more dedicated educators. In-home education requires adherence to strict CDC, State, and Local health guidelines on the part of families and educators.
In-Home Pods – Designed for and Tailored to a Small Cohort
Individualized pods are a turn-key homeschooling platform where the entire education experience is designed by a dedicated educator or team of educators in close collaboration with family needs and student learning styles. It’s a little school at your home for your students and a handful of peers. Instruction includes standard academic subjects and enrichment activities such as P.E., Music, and Art. It’s the best option for students who need the social component of school but the safety of home.
In-Home Pods – Supporting Current School Curriculum
In-home pods can also support existing school curriculum. A single educator monitors and facilitates a small cohort of peers or friends –typically from the same school. Students work with REC facilitators as well as current teachers to stay on track with their school curriculum. This is a great option for parents who don’t have time to facilitate, want their kids to be with their friends, and want to stay connected to their school all at the same time.
Virtual pods are groups created by families and under the direction of a carefully matched educator. Virtual cohorts complete existing school curriculum online, but together. Instruction includes standard academic subjects and enrichment activities such as P.E., Music, and Art.
This is a great solution for families who want the safest possible small-group education environment with students from the same social group or school district. Students may work with both REC facilitators and current teachers, or with REC educators using school curriculum.