Guidance and video resources provide information and portray practices for teachers and families to support all students — including students with disabilities — both at school and at home.
This NWEA report uses their MAP test and growth norms to predict the impact of out-of-school learning loss due to COVID-19. The authors found students would return to school having only learned 70% of a prior year’s knowledge in reading and only 50% of a prior year’s mathematics.WhatSummerLearningLoss
This online museum is a learning toolbox full of videos, short inquiries, and constructive experiments for students to explore in a virtual environment.
This Website contains teacher guides, sequenced lesson modules, and maps for students to engage in interactive data activities and learn to think like a scientist. It also includes professional development webinars.
Developmental scientists explain the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on adolescents, within the context of the social, emotional and physical changes experienced during the teenage years. This article also offers suggestions for minimizing the effects of social isolation during the pandemic.
The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators website provides webinars and other resources with tips and strategies for teaching online using both synchronous and asynchronous options.
These seven principles of instructional design for remote learning have been developed to maximize learning in a manageable way while also emphasizing the importance of flexibility for both teachers and students in their new “classroom” setting.Instructional-Design-Principles-NC-Remote-Learning-Full-4.7.20
Both educators and students can access a wide variety of supportive resources for teaching and learning within a virtual environment.