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A compilation of research-based coping mechanisms for students.
A guide that helps adults build relationships with youth that affirm their experiences and cultivate safety after violence or trauma.
For districts or schools thinking about how to use COVID-19 funding to improve attendance, FutureEd provides this guidance around using federal funds to invest in attendance.
The handbook has various SEL-focused openers and closers (Slides 13-15) that teachers can use in remote or hybrid instruction. It also includes templates and strategies for planning for asynchronous and synchronous instruction.
A 7-minute interview with two teachers about bringing current events, including wildfires, protests and the coronavirus, into their teaching.
A survey administered in the summer of 2020 in which teachers reported concerning levels of student engagement with remote learning overall and stark differences along racial and socio-economic lines that make engagement in learning markedly more challenging.
An article that makes the case and shares tips for supporting teachers to use a variety of formats–video, audio, reading, and interactive content—to make classes more accessible and engaging.
Provides effective strategies you can use immediately. The how-tos include: modeling instruction with video; modeling instruction with an online whiteboard and video; formatively assessing students; and encouraging discussion/interaction.
A toolkit for educators that helps them share resources about Google’s technology with families and guardians.
Offers free, high-quality online professional development courses for educators and school leaders to help them implement distance learning.
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