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Khan Academy Read this article in another language: Հայերեն, български, 简体中文, čeština, Español, Français, ქართული, italiano, 日本語 , 한국어, Magyar, po polsku, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), svenska, русский, Türkçe Hello parents and teachers, With concerns growing over the coronavirus (COVID-19), we know many of you are making plans to keep learning going should your school need to close. As parents and teachers ourselves, we know there’s a lot on your minds, from health and safety to child care and jobs. We want to do everything we can to support you. We are a nonprofit organization with free educational resources.

Tools for Creating Timelines in the Elementary Classroom Tools for Creating Timelines in the Elementary Classroom Last week I had a 2nd grade teacher ask me for a recommendation for a digital timeline maker. I couldn't believe I didn't have a blog post I could send her with some of my favorite tools! Here are a few I like to use in the elementary classroom because they are FREE and no login is required. Read, Write, Think's Timeline Maker Learn Play, Design & Code Retro Arcade Games Grades 2+ | Blocks CS First Unplugged Grades 2-8 | Blocks, Unplugged, Scratch Discover Python with Silent Teacher Grades 6+ | Python

Slido Today we are launching Slido for Education, a package of integrations and features tailored specifically to the needs of lecturers. The aim of Slido for Education is to help lecturers stay connected with their students by powering two-way interactions during their virtual or live classes. We planned to announce our new offering at SXSW EDU this week and we are very sorry that such a great event had to be canceled last minute due to COVID-19. Many schools are facing similar challenges now, being forced to cancel classes or move them online. We hope Slido for Education will help teachers maintain the connection with their students and deliver engaging lectures despite the challenging circumstances.

30+ digital escape rooms (plus a step by step guide for creating your own) - Ditch That Textbook Escape rooms are a fun adventure where you solve puzzles to escape from the room in a short amount of time. I love creating physical escape rooms in my classroom. They are fun and they get the students up and moving in the classroom. However, there are a few drawbacks to physical escape rooms. I have large classes, so usually I need two sets running at the same time. Bring your lessons to life with Expeditions The Google for Education team is committed to supporting teaching and learning from anywhere, at any time, on any device. For the past 5 years, we've been proud to enable immersive VR and AR learning experiences for millions of students around the world with Google Expeditions and Tour Creator. As schools around the world reimagine education from the ground up for a hybrid world, we've also been thinking deeply about how to adjust our tools to meet the moment and simultaneously build for the future.

Video Please Read This We built Yout with the idea that a legal stream recording tool for the internet that was clean, easy, and not spammy needed to exist. According to the "The law is clear that simply providing the public with a tool for copying digital media does not give rise to copyright liability". We fight for your rights to do this. Art - Home Learning This was the last photo I took of my students in the art room before our long separation from one another due to COVID-19. It was the day before the Chinese New Year and all of the students wore festive attire to celebrate. As we said goodbye to the students before the week-long holiday break, no one had any idea how different the new year ahead was going to be. Reception 1 learners showing off their stained-glass windows inspired by Frank Llyod Wright. – our last lesson before the school suspension.

Our Virtual Makerspace For Middle & High School Students Is Open & Ready For Lots Of Making Fun! Our Virtual Makerspace for older students, our middle and high school students, is open! In Our Virtual Makerspace, they can explore and engage all kinds of activities including art, building, coding, coloring, paper crafts, music, photography, digital storytelling, card and poster making, robotics and more. I included a few places to find maker ideas too. One of their favorite places to visit over the last several month has been the Coloring Fun Collection by Destiny. I added that under the Coloring column and you will find it here.

Dragon NaturallySpeaking Feature Demos - These useful, short feature videos show how Dragon version 13 speech recognition software works Support Store Blog Support Dragon consumer & enterprise Contact us Dragon for PC demo videos Hapara Hosted by: Beth Still, Professional Learning Coordinator, HāparaWebinar date: Monday, March 16, 2020Webinar time: 10AM PST Join us for a webinar on how to keep teaching and learning going even when schools are forced to close. Beth will cover ways to create a flexible home learning environment, maintain teacher-student communication and different ways that you can use the Hāpara Instructional Suite for at-home learning.

Build a Virtual Gingerbread House, train,tree,… – Mathcurious The students always enjoy building and decorating gingerbread houses and they have been asking if we can do it virtually. Brainstorming ideas with my youngest son led to the creation of this activity. Build a gingerbread house, train, or person using blocks and shapes on google slides and then decorate it.