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Supporting Young People in the Wake of Violence and Trauma
A guide that helps adults build relationships with youth that affirm their experiences and cultivate safety after violence or trauma.
Systems Change and Parent Power
“Systems Change is Education Philanthropy’s Only Exit Strategy: And Parent Power is What Will Change Systems” – Alex Cortez, New Profit Philanthropy will never transform education systems until it transforms its own relationships with parents and communities, and then supports them in exercising their innate power to change policies, practices and resource flows in education. …
Tapping Federal Dollars to Reduce Chronic Absenteeism
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.
Teacher Planning Notebook
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.
Teachers Fold Wildfires and Other Crises Into Lesson Plans
A 7-minute interview with two teachers about bringing current events, including wildfires, protests and the coronavirus, into their teaching.
Teachers’ Experiences Working from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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.
Teaching Strategies of Award-Winning Online Instructors
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.
Teaching with Technology
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.
Tech Toolkit for Families and Guardians
A toolkit for educators that helps them share resources about Google’s technology with families and guardians.
Teq’s Otis for Educators
Offers free, high-quality online professional development courses for educators and school leaders to help them implement distance learning.
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