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Gimkit The ongoing global impact of COVID-19 is on everyone's minds, for good reason. Here in Washington, there's been a mix of reactions, ranging from confusion to panic to frustration, at the disruption of regular life. And we understand all of it. It's been interesting to observe things on a local level while also hearing from so many of you about how things are going around you. Over the past several days we've received emails from all over the world asking about support for educators who have been impacted by COVID 19. We haven't had a good answer so we patched together free trials of Gimkit Pro and expanded Kit limits here and there.

10 University Art Classes You Can Take for Free Online The world of MOOCs (short for “massive open online courses”) is a booming one, featuring more than 10,000 online courses listed by 800 different universities. Many are free, and even more are self-paced—allowing you to take classes at your own convenience—meaning it’s never been easier to go back to school. And there are plenty of enticing offerings when it comes to the visual arts. Transitioning to Remote Teaching Blog Series – Post 1: Teacher Well-being – MAET Blog The novel coronavirus (COVID-19), has caused many PreK-12 schools to transition from face-to-face instruction to some form of online learning. In order to support the transition to remote learning, the faculty, students, and alumni of the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program have put together several blog posts which will focus on general considerations, challenges, and specific strategies at the PreK-12 level. In this first post of our series, we would like to start with an essential topic: teacher well-being during the transition to a new and different routine, under the pressure of the current circumstances.

Activities – Jarrett Lerner The activities below are available for free download, and are to be used in educational and/or private settings. They may not be used elsewhere or for other purposes (such as for profit) unless explicit permission is granted. Below will find: Blank Comic Book Pages, Special Activities, “How to Draw…” Instructions, “Finish This Comic!” Comics, and Drawing/Writing Prompts.

FREE A to Z Letter Find Worksheets Kids will have fun practicing identifying uppercase and lowercase letters with these ADORABLE, free printable Letter Find worksheets. Each alphabet worksheet has a different theme for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age kids to have fun working on letter recognition! Letter Recognition Worksheets Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler, you will love these super cute alphabet worksheets that help students learn their ABCs, work on visual discrimination, and have fun strengthening hand muscles they will need to begin writing. Use These letter recognition printables for helping toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age kids practice identifying upper and lowercase letters.

Google Hangouts As more employees, educators, and students work remotely in response to the spread of COVID-19, we want to do our part to help them stay connected and productive with G Suite. For all G Suite customers, we will soon enable free access to our advanced video conferencing capabilities in Hangouts Meet, including: After July 1, Hangouts Meet functionality will revert to G Suite Basic, Business, or Education based on the customer’s edition. Schedule free virtual journalist visits to classrooms Connect your students with journalists and the global issues they cover The Pulitzer Center offers free virtual journalist visits to K-12 schools worldwide. We have worked with more than a thousand journalists over the years, covering diverse topics and geographic regions, and can connect your class with a speaker whose reporting directly supports your teaching. We use many different platforms to connect, including Skype, Google Hangouts, and Zoom, and will work with you to identify the best technology for your learners, whether they are studying in the classroom or at home. Virtual journalist visits are a great way to help students... Understand how what they're studying affects people's livesLearn how research, writing, critical thinking, multimedia, and more skills are used in journalismPractice preparing and asking questions of an expertGet excited about using the news to learn about the worldAnd much more!

The Virtual Presenter's Guide to Using Zoom Meeting Tools This guide is designed for virtual presenters, trainers, and facilitators who use Zoom Meetings. It includes some of the most commonly used features of Zoom for interactive virtual meetings, presentations, and other live online learning sessions. Readers…Start your Questions. Okay, READER! I will be putting together videos for YOU! But I’d like your help on WHAT you would like to know! In the comments section, please post questions. ***PLEASE BEGIN EACH QUESTION with a topic label in ALL CAPS so I can sift through them. Coronavirus: 101 free resources for home learning After schools closed owing to the coronavirus pandemic, a huge range of companies, celebrities and organisations offered their services for free. So what free resources can schools and parents now access? We have tried to collate them all below for you. Collections of resources 1.

Seterra Many schools all around the world are closing due to coronavirus. We're eager to help them maintain continuity of learning, so we're offering any teacher in those schools a free level 1 Seterra Geography membership. If you are affected by a school closure and want to get a free membership, please first register an account on Patreon.com. Then email info@seterra.com with the following details: Home tuition: Our guide to the best teaching and learning resources online Two weeks. Five weeks. Five months. The truth is nobody – including the Department of Education – really knows how long the schools and colleges will close for. This is an evolving situation, and the WhatsApp rumours are just that: rumours. It’s a stressful time for parents, particularly for those who have to work from home while trying to keep children amused and educated.

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