As the coronavirus pandemic is requiring many instructors to teach remotely with minimum preparation, many organizations have been creating online resources to support this work. Here you find links to just a short selection of these sites, that we think may be particularly valuable for our LiDA Community.
Top Five Sources We Trust for Guidance During this Pandemic:
- Common Sense Education’s Resources for Educators During the Coronavirus Pandemic – a collection of ideas and tips to support teaching during times of school closure for K-12 educators, parents, and advocates, created by Common Sense Education
- COVID-19 – Learning Keeps Going – a similar website for teachers, leaders and parents, created by ISTE in collaboration with other organizations
- Teaching During Times of Disruption – a guide for teaching remotely created by LiDA community members Eric Fredericksen and Lisa Brown for higher education faculty who are not familiar with teaching online; includes valuable short “how to” videos and handouts
- The Online Learning Collective Facebook group – an open forum to share information and experiences with like-minded educators.
- EDC’s Resources for the COOVID-19 Crisis – a collection of information about the coronavirus pandemic and how to support students emotionally, as well as online instructional resources, created the Education Development Center (EDC)