COVID-19: Teacher Resources
Teacher Resources for Distance Learning
This important NEA created document asks essential questions that all educators, especially decision makers, should consider before implementing digital and distance learning. Answers to these questions are offered along with excellent resources to support educators as they navigate their way through the current situation.
Teachers will find sample lessons, planning guides, activities and complete courses that should be modified to meet their students’ needs. Thanks to New Mexico PED for this great resource!
This one hour recorded Webinar, hosted by PBS Education, will help educators of children of all ages as they plan for a variety of scenarios in response to the coronavirus health crisis by focusing on skills, tips, and techniques educators can apply to prepare for successful digital learning.
Fridays – Starting March 13 – 12:00 PM MST (1 Hour)
This webinar series, hosted by ISTE and EdSurge, will focus on how K-12 schools are coping with
coronavirus and the move to remote learning and how students and educators are being impacted.
This article provides best practices related to digital learning to ensure quality and engaging instruction during the suspension of face-to-face learning during the COVID-10 pandemic.
Included in this article are five action steps to help school leaders craft an effective outreach plan for dealing with COVID-19.
This article includes best ideas from educators from around the world, many of whom have already been teaching during coronavirus closures.