Google’s Teach from Anywhere website supports remote teaching and learning for students, parents, and educators.
Apple’s website provides resources supporting educators in the creation of innovative online learning lesson activities.
Microsoft’s remote learning resource website provides support for educators and parents of students at all levels transition to remote and online learning activities.
This resource, from Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook, provides a wealth of ideas supporting remote learning activities.
Editable instruction sheets for Zoom for students using Zoom on computers or iPads.
Spanish Version: Translations by native Spanish speaker, Mariel Early
Polish Version: Translations by Bozena Stelmakova
French Version: Translations by Claire Bouyssie (Blog, Instagram)
German Version: Translations by @teaching.with.tablets
Arabic Version: Translations by Laila Timani
Do your students need some reminders of good email etiquette? Use these clear and concise infographics to give them a gentle nudge in the right direction! Graphics are available to download and share on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Join us as we talk with Ben Sondgeroth, LTC Regional Educational Technology Coordinator and Google Expert, as we discuss the top things parents need to know to help their students be successful for the new school year. We will cover Google Classroom basics and leave time for Q & A!
This is an on-demand webinar.
Everything your student needs to know to get started with online learning.
Ignite Creativity in your Chromebook Classroom: 60+ Tools and Lessons to Spark Creativity is an interactive book with images, videos, and audio that introduces educators to new ways of teaching and creating through technology.
Eric Curtis provides brief videos on using Google Meets.