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Let Me Know If You’re Teaching K-12 Students Online Because Of COVID-19 & Would Like To Write A Guest Post About Your Experiences


What a day, and it’s still 9:30 in the morning!

It’s the first day of our closure, we’re supposed to learn from the district later today their plan going forward, the Remind app I use to communicate with students is down, a zillion things are happening in the world today in reaction to the Coronavirus, and a ton of useful resources have just become available.

Here are new additions to The Best Advice On Teaching K-12 Online (If We Have To Because Of The Coronavirus) – Please Make More Suggestions!:

I think this first one is particularly interesting: Estonia is renowned for its schooling and its online infrastructure. They’ve now made all their online tools available for free to schools around the world, and several of them look pretty exceptional.

I’m not a math or science teacher, but it’s always seemed to me that using Legends of Learning would be the kind of way I’d want to learn both. They’ve just made their premium features free to teachers and students during closures. Read my past posts about the site here.

5 Structures for Virtual School is from the great Tan Huynh.

MindShift just published a great resource: Resources For Teaching and Learning During This Period of Social Distancing

#RemoteLearning Ideas with and for Younger Learners is from Langwitches.

Remote Teaching and Learning Guidance from The English College in Prague looks very helpful.

Here’s a tutorial on how to use Flipgrid online when teaching languages.

The Council For British International Schools shares lots of good resources. However, it’s not easy to find the links – they don’t highlight them in the next. It’s worth hunting for them, though.

Here are some online lesson plans:

More for college, but still interesting: