Where do I start?
Are you new to remote teaching, and not quite sure where to start?
Click the button below to find basic information and resources about remote teaching methods and approaches. This introductory information will help you understand some of the options you will have for providing remote instruction to your students.
Let's get started!
Are you ready to get more detailed information about tools and resources?
Click the button below to go directly to the Common Guide.
Weekly Connections with Teachers, Parents, and Schools
edTrends| How have state education leaders in California, Florida, and New York Responded to and learned from the COVID-19 crisis?
4-5 PM EST
- California Department of Education, Chief Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Stephanie Gregson
- Florida Department of Education, Senior Chancellor, Dr. Eric Hall
- New York, Senior Deputy Commissioner, Dr. John D’Agati
- Dr. Jason E. Lane, University at Albany, Dean, School of Education
edTrends | Grading for Equity Book Study
The Grading for Equity Book Study is a three-session commitment – January 20, February 17, and March 24 at 4 PM via Zoom. Participation is limited to 150 participants. A copy of the text is available for purchase at https://bit.ly/edTrendsbookstudy. Once registered, participants will receive information via email how to access the book study in February and March.
Community Conversations: Becoming centered in hard times - Helpful practices towards mind-body awareness
Community Conversations: Considering stress and trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Future of Learning in the Age of a Pandemic: A Discussion with the New York State Teachers of the Year 2020-05-20
Community Conversations: The Future of Learning in the Age of a Pandemic: A Discussion with the New York State Teachers of the Year
Community Conversations: Leading in the time of crisis in K-12 education - Effective Communication & Supporting Student Learning