First, here’s my own free contributions to Distance Learning Resources for Educators. Grab what can help you!
I’ve been gathering distance learning materials since COVID hit the USA because I knew this day was coming. So, I’d like to share my resources with you and hope it helps.This online document lists Educational Companies Offering Free Resources due to school closings. They are updating it as more come in!
If you’re trying to help parents support their children’s learning at home, or trying to create online lessons, I think you’ll find some great materials. In fact, Learning A-Z is providing Raz-Kids and Headsprout subscriptions to K–6 educators for the duration of the school year.50 e-learning activities, templates and tutorials: https://
Google has distance learning training online in their Teacher Center. It’s loaded with resources and helpful suggestions, especially if you’re new to distance learning.
Many companies, like Google, are making premium features and tools available to any schools that need them during this time.
- Google Hangouts Meet: Features that are typically available in the Enterprise edition of G Suite and in G Suite Enterprise for Education, and will be available at no additional cost to all customers until July 1, 2020. Google has also shared some online learning tips here.
- Kahoot! offers free access to all features to support distance learning in schools affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
- Pear Deck – get premium access for schools in quarantined communities, Tips from Peardeck, and a FREE Lesson about the coronavirus
- EPforlearning: offering support for schools affected by COVID-19
- Kami: offering complete Kami Digital Classrooms to schools affected by the coronavirus.
- BrainPop: Free BrainPOP Access for Schools Closed Due to the Coronavirus.
I hope this helps. Stay healthy!
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