Here we offer an array of resources that speak to the various challenges that COVID-19 has posed to students and teachers, and the multiple roles that educators are playing amid the pandemic.
These Teaching Ideas and other resources are designed to help educators integrate support for students’ social and emotional well-being into classroom learning and to help students understand the complexity of the ongoing pandemic.
This collection of teaching resources will help you lay a foundation of community and care as you return to the classroom after a year of unprecedented challenges and disruptions.
This Teaching Idea features Google Slides with activities that prompt students to reflect on the difficult ethical questions we’re all facing during the coronavirus crisis.
Journals provide students with space to process their thoughts, feelings, and uncertainties during this difficult time. Use the tips and writing prompts in this resource to help your students establish a practice of journaling.
Help students explore the underlying causes of racial inequity in coronavirus outcomes with the activities in this Teaching Idea.
Use these adaptations of Facing History teaching strategies to support student-centered learning in remote or hybrid settings.
Designed for remote settings, this discussion strategy is especially useful when having conversations about controversial topics.
Learn how educators have navigated teaching and learning through the pandemic.
View a free on-hour professional development webinar and get introduced to remote teaching strategies and approaches to creating community and trust and sustaining student-centered learning.
Explore ways to critically examine your identity as an educator, examine teaching strategies to build community and trust, and share methods to facilitate reflective conversations.
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Explore remote teaching strategies and approaches to creating community and sustaining student-centered learning in a digital environment.
Learn about interdisciplinary connections, media literacy, strategies for supporting students' social-emotional well-being, and resources to probe deeper questions about community, responsibility, and the common good.
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