Virtual Learning

The Arkansas Co-Teaching Project is doing its best to ensure that teachers and parents have the resources they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have compiled some information and educational resources for you below that we think may be helpful in navigating these trying times.

 

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Please watch this Zoom recording with helpful tips for co-teaching online. This video is brought to you by the Arkansas Co-Teaching Project, featuring our very own Debbie Fleming and Debbie Byers. 

"This session is filled with quick ideas to consider in your shift to online co-teaching."

Dr. Lisa Dieker's Tagpacker site is brimming with useful resources for online learning.

ATiA maintains an ongoing list of free webinars in the ATIA Learning Center and resources you can use to learn relevant information and insight from your peers.

Educational Games for Kids

Practice typing skills and compete with friends

https://play.typeracer.com/

 

Math Games for grade Pre-K – 8th Grade

https://www.mathgames.com/

 

Geography games for K – 8th grade plus Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, and Pre-calculus

https://www.playgeography.com/

 

National Geographic for Kids- Great resource for all ages

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

 

Brain Pop – free access for everyone

https://www.brainpop.com/

COVID-19 Guidance for Special Education Services in Arkansas and the FAQ.

This downloadable Ed.gov document covers timelines in special education that need to be addressed.

Knowre Math is an online core supplement for grades 1-12.

Online read-alouds and other resources are available at Growing Book By Book.

Anne Beninghof's blog is a great place to find creative ideas for educators.

An enormous (and growing) list of educational resources available during the pandemic.

Virtual Co-Teaching Tips from Anne Beninghof (Education Consultant) and Sonya Kunkel (Special Education Administrator).

Heather Meinen has created a place on Padlet for early childhood through grade 12 visual arts teachers from all over to share project ideas and resources for virtual schooling.

"In this webinar, veteran online instructors help identify steps to move online and strategies for adapting the lessons already in motion to this new format. They will share a distilled set of simple, impactful tips as well as resources and tools available to you during the transition."

"This page is a collection of suggested resources teachers can use as they determine the best means to provide services to their students and students' families."

"The resources on this page are meant to help provide support and amplify the effectiveness of our collective dive into E-learning for the next few weeks."

From the Virtual High School (VHS) Learning: "By focusing on effective communication, nurturing relationships, and modeling patience and calm, teachers can provide an additional layer of security for students who need to feel grounded. Here are five ways teachers can help facilitate the transition."

A helpful resource from the University of Kansas.

AMI for Teachers is a Facebook group for Arkansas educators.

"Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing."

A great resource from Arkansas IDEAS (Internet Delivered Education for Arkansas Schools), in partnership with PBS and the Arkansas Department of Education.

"Virtual field trips! Daily singalongs! Amazing websites! There are SO many resources and ideas out there, and it can be a little overwhelming. Milwaukee With Kids put all the best ideas in one place for you, sorted by subject. They'll continue to add to it and keep it organized for you."

Kathy Dyer from NWEA offers these tools and apps for formative assessment to give teachers and students many options and opportunities for classroom success.

The Arkansas Behavior Support Specialists have compiled a helpful list of links to some of the guidance that has been released by the Arkansas Department of Education.

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