In response to the pandemic, Public Impact has developed—and will keep adding and updating—materials to support teachers and students during at-home teaching and learning, including:
- Model: Multi-Classroom Leadership with Students & Teachers in Multiple Locations
- Model: Multi-Classroom Leadership When All Students & Teachers Are at Home
- Coaching Teachers Remotely During Covid: Keys to Providing Great Teacher Support Amid Crises
- Addressing Students’ Trauma
- The Reach Associate’s Role During At-Home/Hybrid Schooling
- District Policies for At-Home Learning
- Guiding a Crisis Move to At-Home Learning
- Guide to Online Technology
- Stories of Educators Teaching and Leading from Home
- Database: NC Districts’ COVID-19 Response
- Creating Engaging Video Lessons: Tips from Multi-Classroom Leaders
- More Resources
Multi-Classroom Leadership with Students & Teachers in Multiple Locations
Multi-Classroom Leadership When All Students & Teachers Are at Home
Coaching Teachers Remotely During Covid
Addressing Students’ Trauma
The RA’s Role During At-Home/Hybrid Schooling
District Policies for At-Home Learning
Guiding a Crisis Move to At-Home Learning
Guide to Online Technology
Stories of Educators Teaching & Leading from Home
- For This MCL, A Week of Team Planning and Parenting
- In Georgia, Leading a Team on Distance Teaching and Caring
- Keep Doing What Worked: Advice for At-Home Learning
- In Charlotte, Keeping Connected to 212 At-Home Students
- Consistency and Care: Confronting COVID-19 in a Rural School Community
- Spreading Support in Vance County During At-Home Learning
- From Start to Finish, A Focus on Relationships During At-Home Learning
- High-Touch At-Home Learning? That’s the Plan in Indianapolis School
- In Arizona, Turning Vulnerabilities Into Strengths as Teaching Goes Home
- Multi-Classroom Leaders Provide the “First Line of Defense” in Guilford County, N.C.
- In Lincoln, Arkansas, Multi-Classroom Leaders Guide the Way on At-Home Learning
- When Learning Went Home, Newly Named Multi-Classroom Leaders Jumped In
Database: NC Districts’ COVID-19 Response
The original database, posted in April and updated in June, tracked shifts in instruction, student support, and operations. In an accompanying opinion piece, Public Impact’s co-presidents looked at what state leaders must provide to help districts so they can.
Creating Engaging Video Lessons
- The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, which has extensive experience in online teaching and did a pilot last year of Remotely Located Multi-Classroom Leadership, provides guidance on online teaching during emergencies, with many video tutorials for using tech platforms, advice on considerations for students with IEPs, and more.
- EdNC.org’s coverage includes links to resources for educators.
- Brooklyn LAB worked with Public Impact and other partners to produce the Brooklyn LAB Instructional Program Scheduling Map, responding to guidance on social distancing for reopening, to help schools think through how to use teaching teams and groups of students to ensure that those receiving in-person instruction can do so safely.
- The Illustrative Mathematics Video Learning Series offers 24 videos for grades 6–8 and Algebra I that support fall readiness for students as they prepare to enter the next grade in mathematics.
- Education Resource Strategies has produced helpful resources for districts to reopen their schools under differing circumstances in the fall; see them here.
- Teach Plus posted tips for online teaching here.