During COVID-19 school closures, many districts are leaning into distance and remote learning to avoid interruption of their students’ education. We’ve put together this page of resources to support your school’s e-learning practice.
We’re here to help during school closures
In response to many of our schools and districts closing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we want to reassure you that we’re here to support you and your school community in every way we can.
Free Resources for Distance Learning
We’ve put together an extensive library of resources to help you prepare for remote learning and sending devices home with students. This includes best practices, free EdTech solutions, webinars, and partner resources.
Product Updates to Support Distance Learning
We know that staying connected to your students is more important than ever before. Because of this, we've built video conferencing into GoGuardian Teacher™ so that teachers can communicate with students through chat, audio calls, or video calls.
Distance learning resources
Resources for Technology Departments
4 Ways Edtech Tools Drive Student Engagement and Build Classroom Culture
What It Means to Have Equitable Access to Technology for Today's Students & Educators
End-of-Year Best Practices: What to do Before Your School Closes for the Summer
Resources for Teaching and Learning
Uniting Forces for Education: The Transformative Power of Caregiver-Teacher Collaboration
Making the Complex Less Complicated: A Systems Design Approach to Fostering Engaging and Enriched Learning Environments
Back-to-School Best Practices: Setting your GoGuardian Teacher Account Up for Success
Resources for Mental Health
Balancing Access, Protection, and Privacy: GoGuardian's Commitment to Safer Online Learning
Embracing Technology, Collaboration to Build Effective Mental Health Support Systems in Schools
Creating a Constructive Web of Support: How Schools Can Foster Healthy Relationships
Free partner-provided resources for distance learning and school closures.
As schools around the world respond to COVID-19, the need for remote learning tools has never been more urgent. To make the transition to distance learning easier, Microsoft has created resources, training and how-to guides that will help schools, educators, students, and their families navigate their “new normal."
The coronavirus crisis will affect us all. It’s especially challenging for parents, teachers and students, as schools close and normal routines are disrupted. Google has created a temporary hub of information and tools to help teachers during this crisis.
National PTA has compiled resources and information at PTA.org/COVID-19 to help communities navigate the challenges the pandemic has presented. Among the resources, are guides for families on social and emotional support, learning at home and healthy habits; and resources for educators on teaching from home, supporting their students and self-care.
For over 22 years, ClassLink has been trusted to deliver reliable and secure online access to resources from any device. ClassLink has created ClassLink Lite and partnered with AESA to provide essential remote learning tools and help schools make the switch in less than 90 minutes.
To help communities navigate remote learning in this challenging time, Clever is offering quick start resources and live webinars. These resources focus on creating access to edtech at home and helping educators leverage Clever to help kids learn. Some notable resources include Free Zoom video conferencing, resources from our edtech partners, login guides in multiple languages, and accounts for parents.
During this time of school closures, it is PowerSchool’s commitment to provide you with tools and support to continue your operations. Based on your feedback we have put together a number of resources to help keep the learning and school operations going through these unprecedented times.