COVID-19 High School Educators Resources & Information

By Hannah Naranjo posted 05-11-2020 00:00

  
COVID-19 High School Educators Resources & Information
  • High School Counselor Connect recently conducted a national survey in response to COVID-19, to better understand how institutions of higher education can serve high school counselors’ needs during this challenging time. Over 2,600 counselors responded with their most pressing concerns, as well as their advice for colleges and universities. 
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  • High School Counselor Week: Weekly stories, facts, trends and other information from around the country.
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  • Massachusetts Department of Education: COVD-19 Information and Resources
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  • Free Online Resources for Schools Shifting Online During Coronavirus Pandemic
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  • U.S. Department of Education: COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel
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  • The Journal: Transforming Education through Technology: Education technology companies have stepped forward to help educators reach students in virtual ways. In many cases, the companies are making their paid services free through the rest of the school year; in other cases, they're lifting limits to services and/or adding premium features to what's free.
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  • The Journal: Moving to Remote Instruction Immediately: Where to Get Started
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  • WGBH "Distance Learning Center: Nine-12": WGBH has curated a selection from their Learning Media library to assist you in offering the best digital learning resources for use at home.
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  • Junior Achievement Virtual Resources: For the first time ever, Junior Achievement has released its library of digital resources for you and your family to use for free during this unprecedented time. You can explore videos, downloadable lesson plans, activities and more surrounding subjects like ethics, money, business and careers. Resources are available for all ages and you can explore them all for free.
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Below are some resources that might assist high school educators in transitioning to a virtual classroom. 

  • Resource Center to support at-home learning created by Boston Public Schools | LEARN MORE
  • Massachusetts Department of Education: COVD-19 Information and Resources | LEARN MORE 
  • U.S. Department of Education: COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel | LEARN MORE
  • The Journal: Transforming Education through Technology: Education technology companies have stepped forward to help educators reach students in virtual ways. In many cases, the companies are making their paid services free through the rest of the school year; in other cases, they're lifting limits to services and/or adding premium features to what's free. | LEARN MORE
  • The Journal: Moving to Remote Instruction Immediately: Where to Get Started  | LEARN MORE
  • WGBH "Distance Learning Center: Nine-12": WGBH has curated a selection from their LearningMedia library to assist you in offering the best digital learning resources for use at home. LEARN MORE
  • Junior Achievement Virtual Resources: For the first time ever, Junior Achievement has released its library of digital resources for you and your family to use for free during this unprecedented time. You can explore videos, downloadable lesson plans, activities and more surrounding subjects like ethics, money, business and career. Resources are available for all ages and you can explore them all for free. | LEARN MORE
  • AICPA: Visit StartHereGoPlaces.com to participate in virtual classroom visits; learn more about the path to become a CPA, enjoy an interactive accounting activity called “Bank On It” and meet real life CPAs | LEARN MORE
  • Online Learning Platforms: View online learning platforms for teachers that are facing school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. District Administration: View 92 free education resources and teacher services for K-12 leaders to consider. LEARN MORE
  • Google: Make the Most of Google Tools for Distance Learning | LEARN MORE
  • Pronto: Pronto is a frictionless communication hub that connects people via chat and video so that they can work effectively from anywhere. Their goal is to provide a way for teams to stay connected and to help students and employees maintain a positive experience. | LEARN MORE
  • Buncee: Buncee gives creation and communication tools to students and teachers through their all-in-one technology that empowers all users to easily create, and share visual representations of content, across grade, age and learning levels. LEARN MORE | SIGN UP
  • Kami: Kami is a document and PDF annotation app that lets teachers engage their students in new ways. LEARN MORE | SIGN UP
  • Pivot and EP for School: School Closure Preparation, Remote Learning and Community Wellbeing Tips: Pivot is offering free access to EP for School for differentiated e-learning, Pivot Pulse Checks to gain feedback from students, teachers and parents in real time, and a wide range of resources to support remote learning. Gain access to a full-suite of tools to stem learning loss, support the social-emotional health of your students and provide ways to stay connected while at home. LEARN MORE | REGISTER
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