#SOLSC20: Day 14

Maybe your school has spring break. Maybe you have an extended break.  Maybe you are planning for some online delivery of instruction/contact with your students.  Here is a collection of resources for you to peruse.

If lists make you crazy because you have to make decisions, think about your needs first.  What do you want?  What do you need?  What supports are you looking for that will enable your students to engage with some academics and yet have a life?

Maybe then you need some “Author” resources, Drawing with Jarrett, and 1 professional resource?

Kristin Ziemke and Katie Muhtaris – Read the World  – April, 2019 (Links)

Kristi Mraz:  Setting up independent work at home (Link)

Olivia Van Ledtje:  Are you helping kids learn from home?  Liv’s LIst Coronavirus (Link)

Kate Messner:  Read, Wonder and Learn Favorite Authors and Illustrators Share (Link)

Authors Everywhere: YouTube (Link)

Yo Yo Ma:  Songs of Comfort (Link)

Kids Ask Authors (Link)

READ ALOUDS: 

Pernille Ripp – Picture Books Read Alouds Blog Post (Link)

@TESPAtalk – 6:30 pm Monday – Friday Read Alouds Live on FB (Link)

Kids’ Corner – MGLit  (Link)

Draw Every Day with JJK (Jarrett J Krosoczka – YouTube (Link)

Museums Online:  Virtual Tours (Link)

Writing Resources:

Tammy  Mulligan – Daily Writing Camp with Hoppy and Ranger (Link)

Kate de Camillo – Writing  (Link)

Lynne Dorfman:  How to Help Young Writers- Suggestions for Parents  (Link)

SeeSaw:  Remote Learning for Teachers (Link)

Resources for Teaching OnLine (Link)

Jen Roberts:  Apps and Solutions Recommended for Distance Learning (Link)              *Parlay Ideas with an Online Round Table

Jennifer Serravallo  READING STRATEGIES FROM A DISTANCE: INDEPENDENT READING, MINILESSONS, READ ALOUD, AND CONFERRING. (Facebook Link)

Kylene Beers – Facebook Live Monday, March 16, from 3:00-3:30 ET, 2:00-2:30 CT (Link)Scott Bayer – Shifts in Your Practice – Blended Learning (50 min. video Link)

NCTE –  Resources: Virtual Instruction (Link)

CUNE – Distance Literacy Resources for Educators (Link)

Remote Learning with Flipgrid (Link)

Family Learning:  Flipgrid (Link)

NewsELA: Free for the remainder of the year (Link)

Scholastic:  Learn at Home (Link)

Common Sense (Link) –

  • Media recommendations for entertainment
  • Resources for at-home learning
  • Stress Management Resources

Nick Hoover Free Educational Resources – Spreadsheet (Link)

At home learning – Dr. Nathan Lang-Read

Screenshot 2020-03-14 at 7.09.50 AM

Brave Writer: Free At home resources (Link)

Where will you begin?   

What are your most pressing needs?

Updated:

(See Day 15 here for thinking about how this could go at home for parents/caregivers  and more resources)

(See this post for ideas on where to start as a teacher facing online instruction, “Four Strategies for Effective Online Instruction.” Thank you,  Matt Renwick.  Link)




Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for this daily forum in March. Check out the writers and readers here.

Screenshot 2019-01-29 at 3.12.16 AM.png

14 responses

  1. Thank you so much for these! I had a few already, but will add the others…we are trying to give our kids (the ones in my own home and my students) as many resources as possible. I am grateful that other teachers, writers, readers, humans are trying to soften in their own way.

    1. It’s one of the best times to be sharing all available resources. The Common Sense link is simply amazing by itself!

  2. Thank you Fran. I’ll share with teachers!!

    1. Paula, You are welcome! Just had to start putting these ALL together! 🙂

      1. I SOOoo appreciate it. We are meeting next week (if we don’t get shut down first) to put together resources for students. I will definitely be sharing these.

  3. Thank you so much, Fran! This is SO helpful!

  4. Wow! Educators and authors are really coming through for students and families!

    1. Diane,
      So many folks who are really helping out! 🙂

  5. This is an invaluable tool. Remote learning is something many teachers have had no experience with, so these resources give them a place to start and think about what they need.

    1. Yes, and to remember that no one is expected to be an expert on day 1 so where can teachers begin?

  6. Very helpful! Thanks for collecting all of these. Now I can close some of the tabs I’ve got open because I can just come here.

    1. Elisabeth,
      You are welcome! I had some bookmarked on my phone and some on my chrome book. It just wasn’t working so pulling them into a blog post sounded like the most helpful avenue!

  7. […] additional ideas, you might go back to the resources listed here to add in different […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Hands Down, Speak Out

Listening and Talking Across Literacy and Math

Teachers | Books | Readers

Thirty-One Educators Connecting Students and Books

Educator *Speaker *Author*coach

We have the perfect words. Write when you need them. www.carlambrown.com

Curriculum Coffee

A Written Shot of Espresso

Mrs. Palmer Ponders

Noticing and celebrating life's moments of any size.

doctorsam7

Seeking Ways to Grow Proficient, Motivated, Lifelong Readers & Writers

Doing The Work That Matters

a journey of growing readers & writers

Present Perfect

adventures in multiple tenses

Leadership Connection

from Great Prairie AEA

The Blue Heron (Then Sings My Soul)

The oft bemused (or quite simply amused) musings of Krista Marx -- a self-professed HOPE pursuing Pollyanna

Middle English

Life as an English teacher leader

steps in the literacy journey

Walking the Path to Literacy Together

arjeha

Smile! You’re at the best WordPress.com site ever

Resource - Full

Sharing Ideas, Strategies and Tools

Joel Pedersen

be that #oneperson

adventuresinstaffdevelopment

All Things Literacy! Brianna Parlitsis

TWO WRITING TEACHERS

A meeting place for a world of reflective writers.

elsie tries writing

"The problem with people is they forget that that most of the time it's the small things that count." (Said by Finch in All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. These are my small things that count.

%d bloggers like this: