The spread of the virus has raised a lot of questions: How can schools and colleges prepare for long-term closures? How can educators and care-givers make remote learning a meaningful experience? How can education leaders ensure equity as they move to online learning? And how can parents, struggling with challenges in their own jobs, adequately supervise, much less help educate, their children at home?
Our friends at ISTE and EdSurge have published a curated collection of free tools, strategies, tips and best practices for teaching online. Create with the help of a coalition of education organizations, the platform is set to help educators and parents make informed decisions as they provide online learning experiences to their students and children.
The platform offers webinars, articles, learning resources and a collection of Ed-Tech tools as well as a COVID-19 Educator HelpDesk and a Parent Hotline.
Some Useful Reading
On March 20th, 2020, 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET, Stephen Noonoo will host a webinar to help K-12 school leaders cope with the move to online classes, create digital learning plans and communicate them effectively to students and parents. We invite you join the conversation, especially relevant for our North American community.
We definitely want to keep the learning going, make sure you explore their website for more tools and resources.
For more articles, innovations & resources, head to our HundrED Coronavirus Toolkit especially designed to support educators & parents during this COVID-19 outbreak.