Though now there is a lot out there on teaching online, I’ll only be sharing ones that I believe should be added to The “Best Of The Best” Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures.
Also, in a day-or-two, start looking for a series of commentaries at my Education Week Teacher column written by teachers explaining how they are managing the transition to online teaching.
Here are the new additions to the “Best of the Best” list:
The Blog de Cristina shared an incredibly easy video conferencing tool (our school staff has actually be using it to meet every day this week) called 8 X 8. Read her post about it. If you don’t need Zoom’s breakout rooms, 8 X 8 is the way to go. I’m also adding it to The Best Online Tools For Real-Time Collaboration.
Webinar Recording – Three Things We Can Do To Quickly Transition to Teaching Online is from Richard Byrne’s blog.
I’m a BIG fan of Quizizz, and they have published The Quizizz Guide to Distance Learning.
Going Online: Nurturing Learning & Community During a Pandemic is from Ethical ELA.
I don’t need to list them here, but I’ve made several new additions to “Learning Packets” For Students During School Closures.