Our schools will be closing down next week, so I just sent this tweet out:
Now that our district is closing on Monday, we’ll see how well my plan works: Here’s My Online Teaching Plan If Our School Closes Down Because Of The Coronavirus https://t.co/eN5c02qLpV
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) March 13, 2020
Also, a reminder that I think joining the Facebook group Educator Temporary School Closure for Online Learning is the best move any teacher can make if you are going to be teaching online!
Here’s a free ebook written by a teacher on Remote, asychronous, and flipped teaching.
So You Want to Temporarily Teach Online is from Inside Higher Ed.
Helping teachers and students make the switch to remote learning is from Microsoft.
How to adapt courses for online learning: A guide for faculty is from John Hopkins.
In light of school closures, we have produced ten days of elementary activities teachers can choose to assign students to complete at home. We are releasing them under a CCBY license and you will find them on our homepage https://t.co/3OHVYjXUcQ @creativecommons @SFUnified
— SFUSD Math (@SFUSDMath) March 12, 2020