Some of these new resources will be added to The Best Advice On Teaching K-12 Online (If We Have To Because Of The Coronavirus) – Please Make More Suggestions! and the best will go to The “Best Of The Best” Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures:
Can Teachers Read Books Out Loud Online? Actually, Yes. is from Ed Surge.
Distance Learning: A Gently Curated Collection of Resources for Teachers is from Jennifer Gonzalez.
My autistic son gets specialized support at school for learning disabilities. What happens now? is from The Washington Post.
Sifting Through the Coronavirus Pandemic is from Infodemic. I’m adding it to The Best Tools & Lessons For Teaching Information Literacy – Help Me Find More.
I’ve been a big fan of Free Conference Call because it has been an easy way to have audio-only conference calls with lots of people. Now, they’ve added video conferencing abilities.
Ellevation Distance Learning provides free resources for ELLs.
Sad about #tesol2020 but wanted to share a #k12 resource I developed for my talk. It’s a repository of parent communication tools & popular #edtech apps that have home language translations built in. Please share! What other tools should I add to the list? https://t.co/gRQkbY3yFZ
— Katie Welch (@drkatiewelch) March 31, 2020
New ways of teaching and learning bring new challenges for families and educators. We’ve compiled @StanfordEd resources to support learning and well-being during school closures. #homeschoolhttps://t.co/gG7KxgUT7g pic.twitter.com/juCpvEcS4H
— Stanford Education (@StanfordEd) March 30, 2020
Good God, I'm finally done with our Mathematics K-8
Remote Learning Activities. I'd grateful for your help with the answer key (link is on the same page).https://t.co/21UlG1bDUF
— Fawn Nguyen (@fawnpnguyen) March 30, 2020
We reviewed remote learning plans in 82 school districts.
Most do not provide formal curriculum.
Just four provide formal curriculum, online instruction, and student progress monitoring.
— Center on Reinventing Public Education (@CRPE_UW) March 29, 2020
This last tweet is not education-related, but I just think it’s neat – you can play scores of popular board games online with people around the world:
Board game arena is awesome! https://t.co/UcwsACVd7b
— Rickard Carlsson (@RickCarlsson) March 29, 2020