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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

California Career Resource Network Guide

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

Internet Providers with Free Services

This document provides free resources for online internet access

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.

Google's "Teach From Home" Hub

Google has compiled and built a site dedicated to supporting teachers during Covid-19

Open Educational Resources Commons

OER Commons is a public digital library of open educational resources. Explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the world to improve curriculum.

The Quarantine Journal Project

An instagram photojournalism project for students across the world.

Adobe Distance Learning Resources

Adobe has curated a series of tutorials and resources to help teachers implement distance learning pedagogy.

Tips for Designing an Online Lesson

Blog post with helpful tips for designing online learning experiences

How to navigate online teaching

Ed Surge article on adjusting to an online environment

Workforce Experience Education

Work Experience Education (WEE) is a work-based learning course of study that offers internships and employment combined with instruction in critical workplace skills.Development of "non-cognitive" skills (soft skills) play an important part in college and career success. Non-cognitive factors featured in WEE include motivation, time management, perseverance, and self-regulation.

CTE Equal Opportunity & Access

The California Department of Education supports high-quality educational programs for California's diverse student population through its educational leadership role and places great importance on cultivating a diverse staff that understands and promotes the intellectual, ethical, cultural, emotional, and physical growth of each student.

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