03/25/20K-12: Tools and Resources for Remote Instruction curated by The New Jersey Association of School Librarianshttps://wakelet.com/ - View this curated collection to find tools, resources and lessons in support of student learning during school closures. This is a great time to focus on the crucial skills of digital citizenship, information literacy, cyberbullying and more in addition to content area instruction. Don't forget your public library's digital collection, too!
03/25/20K12: Incremental Progress: Re-examining Field Experiences in K-12 Online Learning Contexts in the United StatesLearnTechLib: Despite the call for a transformation of teacher education in the 21st century, surprisingly little has changed. This includes how the practical, hands-on component, known as a field experience is structured. Previous research, conducted in 2010, specifically examining how teacher education programs address K-12 online learning through their field experiences found that only seven programs nationally, or 1.3% of responding programs, offered such an experience. In comparison, the current study found a small expansion that includes 15 programs across nine states, representing 3.5% of responding teacher education programs. Despite being limited, there appears to be slow, targeted growth, particularly in contexts in which partnerships have formed between teacher education programs and K-12 online providers. However, while signs of progress are evident, significant work to move the field forward with respect to K-12 online teacher preparation remains.
03/24/20K-12: RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ONLINE DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSURESFrom the Kathleen Morris, the Edublogger
03/24/20K12: Free Online Learning Resources For Schools Affected by Coronavirus/COVID-19From Tech&Learning
03/24/20K-12: Teaching Remotely in Times of NeedFrom Torrey Trust, University of Massachusetts Amhert |
03/24/20K-12: Resources, tips and more for remote and e-learning (teaching online)From David Andrade, the Educational Technology Guy
03/24/20K12: Remote Learning: Tips for Thriving in This EcosystemFrom Ask a Tech Teacher.com
03/20/20Higher Ed: Remote Teaching ResourcesFrom the Daniel Stanford, DePaul University and the POD Network listserv
03/20/20Higher Ed: Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption From Jenae Cohn and Beth Seltzer, Stanford University
03/20/20Higher Ed: Dealing with the Unexpected: Teaching When You or Your Students Can’t Make it to Class From Stacey Margarita Johnson and Rhett McDaniel, Vanderbilt University
03/19/20Higher Ed: Teaching Online ResourcesFrom Florence Martin, University of North Carolina Charlotte - Includes: Best Practices, Asynchronous Teaching (Separated by Time and Distance), Synchronous Teaching (Separated by Distance but Meets at the Same Time), Sample Online Courses, Online Assessment, Online Collaboration, Discipline-Specific Guides and Resources, Virtual Labs / Alternative Labs, Visual and Performing Arts Guides and Resources, Open and Free Educational Resources (All Disciplines)
03/19/20Links to global COVID-19 resourcesThe AECT Division of Culture, Learning, and Technology has started collecting online instruction resources in the COVID-19 era, WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON ISSUES THAT CLT IS CONCERNED ABOUT (EQUITABLE ACCESS, CIVIL RIGHTS, ADA COMPLIANCE, ETC.).

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