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Overview
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In an effort to support your schools on your distance learning journey ahead, we've compiled some helpful resources for you. As some of you may know, many education companies are offering free products, services, or subscriptions from now until the end of the year so we have tried to consolidate what we know is available and/or what was recently made free.
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Suggestions / Additions?
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We will be updating this document as we learn of more resources and if you have any corrections, suggestions, or additions, please email Katy at katy.debruinplencner@spcsc.hawaii.gov
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Other LISTS of Resources
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**Amazing Educational Resources**SUPER EXTENSIVE and truly amazing :)
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We Are Teachers- Resources
100+ Amazing Websites For Kids Learning at Home
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Hanahau’oli School's Distance Learning Resoures
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Free Online Events and Activities for Kids at Home
Check out this list of resources and events (updated regularly)
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HIDOE's At-Home Learning Choice BoardsFrom DOE: These activitiesserve as reinforcement and enrichment, so if your child is not familiar with a topic, you can skip it or try it! You do not have to do these in order, or even do all of them, but we suggest that you try at least eight per day.
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Free Tech For LearningISTE & EdSurge are curating a list of free products offered by companies and organizations to support learning during extended school closures. Search the directory below to explore what products will best support your needs.
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A THRIVING LĀHUI (Kamehameha Schools)
(Kamehmeha Schools) A compiled list of resources and opportunities to help our community
stay connected to the widely held goal of a thriving lāhui. Very comprehensive and Hawaii-specific. Has resources that range from tax support to olelo Hawaii, to resources for kumu. Check it out and share it wide!
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Hawaii Distance Learning ForumThe website is called the Hawaii Distance Learning Forum. It's a sounding board for teachers to share tips and tools on delivering enrichment to their students during the COVID-19 pandemic. It's a teacher driven resource and gives teachers and schools the space to discuss what's been working for them and what hasn't. Teachers who find success can share it with teachers from other schools.
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FOR PARENTS
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Talking to Kids About Coronavirus (article)
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Many parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that will be reassuring and not make kids more worried than they already may be. Here is some advice from the experts at the Child Mind Institute.
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Resources for Parents with Kids at Home
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This past week Humanity United saw the African proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” come to life as we collectively developed a list of resources for parents working from home with children. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this list over the last few days – we anticipate it will continue to grow over the coming weeks.
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Need Help Sorting Through the Avalanche of Online Resources for Kids Who Are Now Learning at Home? 11 Sites for Parents to Look At
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FOR TEACHERS
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Intro to Teaching Online (#1)This video is a tour of Rian's online classroom and a bit of information about how and why she teaches online.
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Hawaii Society for Technology in Education
HSTE will host online and open Office Hours in which board members will be available to answer virtual learning/edtech-related questions, provide resources, and/or connect you to someone with the resources! Click on their document for more details and to sign up.
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Articles and Blogs about Learning Online
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Edutopia:
What Teachers in China Have Learned:
An American whose classroom in Beijing is now online shares what she and her team have learned since the coronavirus hit, just as U.S. teachers make the same shift.
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Elementary
Grades, Learning at Home:
This Edutopia article shares a first and second grade teacher’s home learning plan for his students and how he is engaging their families.
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ATLIS:ATLIS: As schools begin to address possible concerns of undertaking their mission to teach even in the midst of a possible shut-down due to health concerns, Susan Davis, Professional Development Director for ATLIS and an educator who has been comfortable in online or blended learning environments for decades, offers some basic advice drawing upon her experiences.
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