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GG Interactive: Free Online Game Design and Coding Curriculum

GG Interactive has provided a comprehensive, sequential, standards-aligned gaming and coding curriculum with included assessments

Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Distance Learning Adaptation (DLA) Template

This is designed as a guide for teachers who want to implement existing lessons in a distance learning format. The first page is to provide some guidance around synchronous and asynchronous delivery models. The second page is designed as a template that teachers can edit and use as a cover page for weekly assignments. This adaptation document is designed to work with select CTE Online lessons as well as lessons designed outside of the system

Photopea Advance Photo Editor

Free Online photo editor supporting multiple formats

MBA Research and Curriculum Center: Support and Information: Teaching Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Not-for-profit, research-based support for all Business Administration educators: entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality, management/administration, and marketing. Information also relevant for other sectors.


Nepris is Free through April

Nepris is here to help teachers and students affected by school closures. Now through April we are opening our Live Virtual Industry Chats and Video Library to everyone to help students stay engaged. Nepris connects educators with a vast network of industry professionals to engage students in their learning and prepare them for their future. Professionals now have the opportunity to share their skills and knowledge with learners to inspire the next generation of the workforce.

PBS News Hour Student Reporting Labs

With many schools closing and teaching moving online, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs has created a special unit that covers the basics of local community journalism, storytelling, scripting, and video editing. These are tough times for everyone, and your stories will add a uniquely-critical perspective to coronavirus coverage.
SRL also hosted a webinar via Zoom, discussing the unit while answering questions from educators across the country. We are also offering daily office hours from 11 am – 12 pm ET through Zoom with the SRL Team to teachers and students interested in virtually connecting. You can take advantage of this time to ask for help, talk through story ideas, troubleshoot audiovisual needs, brainstorm lesson plans, or just hang out and chat about how you’re doing. SIGN UP HERE.
Find yourself turning online to get information on COVID-19? Watch as Becky Wandel shares some fact-checking tips to make sure you’re getting the best and most accurate information.

Artful Digital Platform for Dance and Theatre

At Artful, we believe in the transformative power of arts education. Young students with exposure to the arts become more inspired, creative global citizens. The creativity of the next generation will shape the future, and this creativity begins with arts education in K-12 schools. That's why Artful is committed to providing teachers and K-12 schools with free access to classes and lesson plan ideas from industry leading performers, professionals, and instructors from Broadway to LA.

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Girls Make Beats

Girls Make Beats is a nonprofit organization that empowers girls by expanding the female presence of music producers, DJs and audio engineers.

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TeachRock - Distance Learning Resources

TeachRock Distance Learning Packs help students, teachers, and families succeed with remote education. They center project-based learning, collaboration and communication, authentic assessment strategies such as art, podcasts, or videos, and include clear, concise instructions that empower non-educator family members to help a student succeed. Best of all, teachers can share them directly with students!

ISTE: School is Closed by Learning is Open

ISTE aims to help educators around the world use technology to solve tough problems in education. They have compiled many distance learning resources and articles to address the needs of educators.

Common Sense Media Distance Learning Resources

Get free tips and tools to support school closures and transitions to online and at-home learning.
You're already a trusted source of information in your school community. And now families and students are looking to you for additional support as school closures become the norm. Common Sense can help you prepare with remote teaching resources, family education materials, and research-backed strategies to ease stress and encourage learning.

The 10 most popular coding challenge websites for 2020

A great way to improve your skills when learning to code is by solving coding challenges. Solving different types of challenges and puzzles can help you become a better problem solver, learn the intricacies of a programming language, prepare for job interviews, learn new algorithms, and more.

Using Videos to Engage Students

OTAN has put together several resources for Adult Education and beyond that include tools and teaching tips for educators. This lesson shows how video can be an effective instructional tool. More and more teachers are using video in all kinds of way to deliver content and engage students. Video projects can be simple creations or more elaborate activities that utilize a number of digital skills.

CalCRN for Students Handout

The California Department of Education’s California Career Resource Network(CalCRN) provides career exploration and planning resources to strengthen the career readiness skills of California’s middle and high school students. This is a one page document that provides all of the links and explains the tools available

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