Provide a candid, positive discussion about education technology, teaching, and learning to understand how, as individuals, we can make a difference for the future. Our goal is to explore how our current experience will result in changes in the roles, tools, and delivery of education now and for the future.
May 8, 2020
A Report From The Housefront
6 Ways to Transition IEP Goals to Remote Learning
Supplemental Fact SheetAddressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Preschool, Elementary and Secondary Schools While Serving Children with Disabilities
Why Are Some Kids Thriving During Remote Learning?
By Nora Fleming
How a ‘COVID Gap Year’ Will Be Different Than Previous Gap Year Experiences
May 1, 2020
The Reflections of A Pandemic Teacher
Education Won't Be the Same After the Pandemic Passes
We're embracing tech during lockdown – but can it replace the classroom?
Greensboro teacher finding new ways to keep students engaged through online learning
Big, small schools in Royal Oak work to keep students engaged during COVID-19 (Michigan)
What will we do when everyone comes back to school?
Evaluating the Quality of Online Teaching - Webinar Archive
April 24, 2020
Falling Through The Virtual Cracks
10 Remote Learning Practices To Avoid - Eric Sheninger
Stride, a game-based learning tool, and Big Universe, a leveled-reader platform, are offered free: https://www.k12.com/coronavirus
10 Remote Learning Ideas No Technology Required
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON PROVIDING SERVICES TO CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 OUTBREAK. MARCH 2020 (PDF)
Remote Learning: 6 Best Ways to Engage Your Students [from Teachers!]. Maria Kampen
Embracing online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: Learn how four instructors are keeping students on track using remote learning environments. By Dianna Lai Read March 17th, 2020
With Remote Learning, Students Slip Through Digital Cracks By NATALIA ALAMDARI, The Delaware News Journal
Akron schools working to stop students from falling through cracks during pandemic By Jennifer Pignolet Beacon Journal. Posted Apr 7, 2020 at 8:29 PM
Hobbies to Hone While Hunkering Down, With Help From Public TV
COVID-19 Response: Preparing to Take School Online
NC teacher: In the COVID-19 classroom, less is more
Developing Online Courses For All Learning Styles
Teaching Special Education Online During COVID-19
What Is Micro-Learning?
April 17, 2020
Taking Your Instructional Show Online
Reset Emergency Remote Learning Practices: Parents are Not Ok
Bryan Setser’s Review of the diagram
Google Keep - Kasey Bell
Teaching with Rich Media. Steve Covello. https://granite.pressbooks.pub/rich-media/
10 ways Google Keep can help streamline life at school.
Do Teachers Feel Prepared for Online Teaching? by Jennifer Craw
April 10, 2020
No Turning Back
Will this Pandemic be one of these moments of dramatic change in behavior?
How might this be a game-changer for education?
Will this forge a stronger global perspective on education and technology?
“Which school districts will take the bold step of leading and helping to rethink our education system to focus on what we ultimately want for our students?” Michael B. Horn Mar 26, 2020
Infographic - The History and Future of Distance Learning
"3 Tips For A Better Online Student Experience". Thomas Arnett, March 17, 2020. https://www.christenseninstitute.org/blog/3-tips-for-a-better-student-online-learning-experience/?_sft_topics=higher-education
"How to Get Kids Ready to Video-Chat for Online Classes." Common Sense Media. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/how-to-get-kids-ready-to-video-chat-for-online-classes
The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic--and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World.