e-Learning Resources for Schools
This list is a good beginning to find support materials for special needs, ELL, and RTI students:
Research: Deschaine, M. (2018). Supporting students with disabilities in k-12 online and blended learning. Lansing, MI: Michigan Virtual University. Retrieved from https://mvlri.org/research/publications/supporting-students-with-disabilities-in-k-12-online-and-blended-learning/
FREE PD RESOURCES
If you need some free teaching resources to get started, try these:
Here’s our curated list of creative websites and apps students can use (click to view):
Online Communities for Support
Even in the midst of teaching online, staying connected is important. Trying to make the shift to eLearning is challenging, so joining online communities of support can provide a much-needed boost. These communities offer ideas, resources, and a sense of belonging for educators everywhere.
Two communities in particular are extremely helpful right now. One is a general support group that contains subgroups for specific content questions. The other is for teachers trying to use distance learning in areas that do not have access to technology.
Mindfulness & Mental Health
Don’t forget to take care of your own well-being, along with the social-emotional needs of your learners. Here are a few of our favorite articles on this topic:
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Here’s a good starting list of additional resources, online tools, and helpful downloads for e-learning:
Free Resources from IAS:
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More e-Learning Resources from Other Sites: