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The library includes video modules with lesson plans and teacher reflections.
A 30 minute webinar on key components to consider when planning co-teaching roles and responsibilities for both synchronous instruction (two adults are co-teaching together in a live classroom environment, are doing live small group instruction, or are providing 1:1 support) and asynchronous instruction (planning together for students’ independent work).
Tips to encourage practice and creativity of co-teachers online.
A handout that provides educators with tools and strategies to identify and support students who may be experiencing traumatic stress.
Sample schedule models collected with input from educational experts from across the country. Includes: Middle and high school block and period schedules with flex time (slides 6-9).
A distance learning plan that contains clear, concise language on: a distance-learning theory of action (page 2); Sample schedules (pages 3 and 5); Weekly individual learning plans and after-school support (page 4); Structures and operations for non-instructional staff (pages 6); Instructional design and delivery (pages 7-10); Learning community for school and family (pages 11-12); Systems …
COVID-19 is posing unprecedented challenges to schools around the globe. In this community, educators are coming together to help meet those challenges. Ask questions, get advice, and learn what other educators are doing around the world on this free online community.
Offers a range of activities to help students continue to develop socially, emotionally, and personally with their peers. While all activities focus on relationship building, some couple that with basic tasks such as attendance and grade checks.
A commentary that builds from research evidence to provide recommendations for how policy can support EL students and schooling both if schools are physically closed and providing distance education, and once they partially or fully reopen.
Create safe, supportive, and equitable learning environments that promote all students’ social and emotional development
A one-pager that provides essential questions to engage students in safe and developmentally appropriate conversations and lessons to discuss past, current, and future impacts of the pandemic and racial inequities on themselves, their families, their communities, and the broader world.
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