How is COVID-19 Effecting your school/work schedule? What resources do you need or have to share?
Christine.Girtain last edited by
We would like to hear how each of our members teaching or work schedules have been altered or not by COVID-19 and what resources you may be seeking.
Ex. Here in Toms River, NJ we have taken steps to transition all classes K-12 to online classes. We have not been told yet, but most likely schools will be closed on Monday. March 16th. We don´t know how long. Our County College has been closed and classes have been moved online. Here is a PDF with a flow chart for online learning resources: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xHZydmXvZOZQaOqd92AUjEVA4Tb46v0k/view?usp=sharing)
Diane.Ripollone last edited by
We are still in school, but we are preparing to be remote. Here is a resource shared with us that lists all the companies that giving away free subscriptions.
Thanks for posting this Christine! I have also been building a spreadsheet and adding resources that are shared as they come through. You all are free to contribute to this document as you see fit and please share with other educators that are in need of resources. Combined Resources Document
Jerry.Reinhart last edited by
@Christine-Girtain our district in Sacramento, CA just notified us today of our closing until April 5th. No word on any online classes. I don't have an online presence. I am a 60 year old science teacher who knows about resources like Google Classroom and Kahoot, but have never used them. I still have the slide rule that I used in high school.
Susan.Groff last edited by
Thank you for these resources. Our district, Santa Ana Unified School District, will be going on-line beginning Monday. Students will return April 14th. Teachers are expected to show up to work to develop on-line lessons. Our district is providing hotspots for students who do not have internet access, since students have Chromebooks. Meals will be provided to students for pick up during the week. Biology & STEM resource: HHMI.org, https://dnalc.cshl.edu/,https://learn.genetics.utah.edu/, https://pged.org/, https://phet.colorado.edu/, https://concord.org/
Just released Friday, a comprehensive list of everything ASU has to offer using digital:
Another great resource, this time from NASA!
They will be rolling out another version in the next week, but for now these are K-4 resources for families. Will update when they roll out the middle and high school content.
Hi everyone! Here is the new version of NASA@Home!
There are some cool opportunities there. Has anyone used any of the citizen science tools from Globe?