e-Learning/FID Resources

Technology Department AOP Schools

Please find resources below to assist your school in planning for e-Learning days overall and now specifically to the COVID-19 virus. The information below is not an exhaustive list, but will provide you with information to allow for internal discussion and planning. See also, https://www.aoptech.org/e-learning-resources.html for additional resources and “how-to’s.”

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Planning Overview/Recommendations

General Resources

Technical Resources

How-To Resources

Planning Overview / recommendations

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School Planning Guide -

Resource created by Nicole Zumpan of the Learning Technology Center

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Planning recommendations for administrators, teachers and students - along with tips for online learning

Online Learning Doctrine

Resource created by Jennifer Pearson via Kasey Bell's Shake Up Learning website

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Planning support for use by grade band and expectations for teaching and learning

College Board/AP

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A quick reference sheet for AP teachers in supporting student learning during school closures.

General Resources

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Practical Ed Tech -

Richard Byrne (Know also from Free Technology for Teachers)

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A streamlined resource for Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely - download a pdf copy or look for links to a Google Doc and tutorials on using Google Hangouts Meet or Zoom for video conferencing.

Google Blog - ...Teachers keep their lessons going remotely

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The blog post from Google’s Global Head of Education Impact provides recommendations on how to keep students engaged during e-learning days.

CDW-G eLearning Days Resources

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A full slate of resources and articles to help support eLearning days.

Coronavirus Virtual Learning Offers

Created by: https://twitter.com/mrsdi

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A spreadsheet of 35 online resources.

Wakelet - Remote Learning Resources

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A curation of online learning resources where companies are primarily responding to the COVID-19 virus and providing resources and support for schools that need to close.

Home Learning Slides


Prepared by Dominic Hill

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A collection of tools, sites and resources that can support home learning. Tools are identified by grade band and easy, medium or difficult to set-up.

Arrupe Virtual Online - Considerations for Teachers

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A resource from Arrupe Virutal Online, formally Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy, providing general considerations when moving learning online from traditional environments.

Early Years Distance Learning Resources

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A spreadsheet of suggestions of online learning resources  for early to middle elementary students.

Sadlier Academic and Religion Websites - Complimentary

Academic

Religion

Web resources from William H. Sadlier, Inc for Teachers, Students and Families

Secondary Focused Resources - w/Content area specifics

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A general collection of resources primarily broken down by content area.

Additional Educational Resources (High School focused)

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A general collection of resources primarily broken down by content area.

50 Easy Things to do with Kids at Home

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Hands on science experiencement and STEM challenges.

Newsela

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Complimentary access to Newsela: ELA, Social Studies, Science and SEL Collection through the ‘19/’20 school year.

Renaissance Learning

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Request access to myOn books and News that allows access to over 6,000 digital books.

Early Childhood Remote Learning Daily Template

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Sample daily remote learning template and resources gear toward Early Childhood (PreK3, PreK4, and/or Kinder)

Technical Resources

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Google Hangouts Meet

*Recommended platform for video conferencing for GSuite Schools

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Google is rolling out the premium version of Hangouts Meet (online video conferencing) to GSuite customers through July 1st, 2020 to help assist with e-Learning Days. Hangouts Meet allows you to hold a class via video call. As well, teachers are able to record lessons on their computer and post them to an LMS (Google Classroom, Edmodo, Schoology.)

Preparing students to learn from home with Chromebooks

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Review information on settings in preparation to send Chromebooks home for learning for the first time.

Zoom

Education Guide - Getting Started on Zoom

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Video Conferencing Solution

Overview of setting-up and managing Zoom calls

EzTalks

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Video Conferencing Solution

Smart Learning Suite Online

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Smart Technologies is offering complimentary access to Smart Learning Suite Online (SLSO) during school closures. The link provided will allow for access to the application.

How-To Resources

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A Teacher’s Guide to Going Remote Using the Record in Meet Function

A step by step guide from Amplified IT

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This guide helps illustrate the process of going remote using Meet and how best to integrate the record functionality while leveraging Google Classroom.

How to Schedule, Post and Customize Google Hangout Meet events

From: Free Technology For Teachers

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A step by step guide of how to create a Google Meet (video call) event. Step 3 will show you how to share the location to Google Classroom. Must be signed into your school’s GSuite account

Google Meet Integration in Classroom

From: Control Alt Achieve, Eric Curts

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A detailed guide (and video) explaining the latest updates (as of 4/10) to Google Meet and its integration with Google Classroom.

Hangouts Meet training and help

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This resource from the G Suite Learning Center contains system requirements, settings and troubleshooting resources.

Tips for Enabling Distance Learning through GSuite

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This is a training module provided by the Google Teacher Center to support teachers understanding of how to use Google Classroom and G Suite tools for distance learning.

The Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom

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