“A good teacher is like a candle – it consumes itself to light the way for others.’”by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
With COVID-19 causing uncertainty in schools, I started curating resources that I have been seeing that support you and your students. With all the free digital resources, don’t forget about non-technology learning such as books, puzzles, cooking (following a recipe), playing outside, and conversations!
It is also important to recognize that this is an emotional time for everyone and we need to make sure we are thinking about the social and emotional needs for all.
- List of free ed tech resources
- Let’s Keep Reading! Keep Thinking With Interactive Read Alouds
- Scholastic Learn at Home Resource
- Free Trial from Learning A-Z Account
- National Geographic Resource Library
- 12 Free Virtual Museums from Around the World
- Social & Emotional Toolkit for Children and Teens
- Monday night at 8:00 PM (03/16/20), there will be launching a Twitter Chat on #RemoteLearning
- Guidance on COVID-19 for School Leaders
- CDC: Mental Health and Coping with Stress (Great to share with Parents and Teachers)
- Amid COVID-19 Concerns, Planning for Learning as Schools Close
- Four Ways to Facilitate Virtual Learning
- The Charter School Growth Fund has created a shared folder of different resources for leaders, operations, communications, and instruction
- NC Remote Learning Resources
- Tools for Online Learning when the Classroom Closes
- COVID-19 US Department of Ed Resource Bank
- A Parents Guide to Google Classroom
- CDC Schools, Workplace and Communities Resources
Please share any resources you know of in the comments for all to see!