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AACTE is working to support educators around the country as they face the challenge of teaching remotely at an unprecedented scale, and in some cases, for the first time. These collated resources offer best practices for providing online instruction for distance learning.
Best Practices for Online Teaching and Distance Learning due to Coronavirus
This webinar discusses best practices, various platforms and web tools that can help education services online.
Literacy-Focused Virtual Service Learning Ideas in the COVID-19 Era
In this webinar, presenters cover how instructors can pivot from in person to virtual service learning in the age of social distancing and virtual work.
Getting Started with Teaching a Virtual Class
In this webinar, you will learn about Blackboard Collaborate interface and tools for teaching remotely.
Moving Your Class Online: A Survival Guide for Teachers
Get useful tips for teachers making a shift to online instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.
Developing Technology Excellence in Teachers Requires Lots of Practice – article on Ed Prep Matters
ISTE Hosts Summer Learning Academy for Educators and Teacher Candidates – article on Ed Prep Matters
What Zoom Reminded Me about Effective Teaching – article on Ed Prep Matters
Triple E Framework and Learner Variability Project: Implementing Research-Informed Technology Integration in Teaching and Learning Face-to-Face or Remotely – article on Ed Prep Matters
7 Ways to Make Remote Learning Accessible to All Learners – article by International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
10 Strategies for Online Learning during a Coronavirus Outbreak – article by International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Website: Quality Matters Shares Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist for Faculty – This checklist is a useful tool for individual faculty as a prioritized checklist for remote teaching and guidance for instructional designers.
Website: Google: Helping Educators and Students Stay Connected – access a collection of training materials, lists of useful apps, and other helpful tools provided by Google for distance learning.
Whitepaper: Social Science Space: Making a Sudden Transition to Teaching Online – SAGE Publishing has drawn from its body of published and peer-reviewed research to offer COVID-19 resources.