As educators you are well prepared for all eventualities. But with uncertainty remaining over the coronavirus pandemic, we've put together this kit to help you ensure learning continues whatever the challenge.
To get started, here are some resources that will help you implement remote learning with minimal disruption.
What are the key steps you can take if your school is closed?
- Use mass messaging to immediately alert stakeholders
- Use the Planner as the central hub for lessons and activities
- Keep lessons short and engaging with audio and video instruction
- Library has millions of free, standards-aligned resources
- Monitor student progress and engagement through 360° Reports
Clori Rose-Geiger M.A.
Teacher at South Forsyth High School
itslearning Customer Success Manager Rachel Riggio has implemented online learning for many schools in the US. She walks you through the set-up and what to consider to ensure online learning is done quickly and smoothly.
Special thanks to Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation for generously sharing their Resources Package, which you will find in the handout.
Plans in itslearning is a great tool for creating a central hub for regular lessons. Start here to build your remote learning days.
Even more tips on setting up remote and blended learning seamlessly to avoid learning loss.
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