In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Public Impact has developed materials to support teachers and students in the transition to at-home teaching and learning, including:
- Slide Deck: Transitioning to At-Home Learning
- Guiding a Crisis Move to At-Home Learning
- Stories of Educators Teaching and Leading from Home
- Quick Guide to Online Technology
- More Resources
- Remotely Located Multi-Classroom Leadership
Transitioning to At-Home Learning
Guiding a Crisis Move to At-Home Learning
Stories of Educators Teaching & Leading from Home
Quick Guide to Online Technology
Many media and education organizations are compiling useful resources; here are a couple that we found helpful. Share your other favorites with us.
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.
Teach Plus posted tips for online teaching here.
Public Impact shares its quick tips on using Zoom.