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Quick Start guide to Remote and Online Learning

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As schools and organizations make the transition to virtual and remote learning, there is no shortage of resources. This guide is a quick start to navigating those decisions with advice and guidance from educators in the trenches.

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Quick Start guide to Remote and Online Learning

  1. 1. Presented by Angela Maiers
  2. 2. This guide was written with a genuine desire to help school leaders by providing valuable and reliable information on leading and learning remotely while protecting and maintaining your schools health, wellness and mission. There are literally hundreds ideas, resources, activities tools and tips to make sure every school, teacher, family and leader has what they need to succeed. So much so the new information circulating online actually adds to the overwhelm. A school superintendent posted this today:
  3. 3. 1) Supporting people in the transition to virtual working (tools, techniques for home working, manage a team virtually, wellness, mindset etc); 2) Making sure people know how to access all the virtual learning resources available; 3) Sharing learning best practices across the tools and platforms. 4) Identifying resources that may be valuable for families or friends of associates. Like those listed above. That is exactly what our goal is: to clear the way so you can do what you do best: The following pages will walk you through the basics of: LEAD!
  4. 4. TOPICS AND SECTIONS Safety and SECURITY teaching and Learning Support and tROUBLESHOOTING TECHNOLOGY TOOLS AND PLATFORMS On Going Communication
  6. 6. We cannot ignore the human impact of the present situation. Whatever challenges are on the horizon, and whatever uncertainties we face. The issue is not in finding the best resources to take education digital, but in creating a new belief system in educators. We need to believe that: We can and do make an impact during hard times. Doing education digitally is an extension of what we do. We are resilient and can give hope to all that the future is bright.
  7. 7. Safety and Security When the danger is invisible or incalculable, fear, suspicion, panic and irrationality are threats to our learning and lives. When we are rattled by questions like: “Am I safe?” “Could I die? Will I die? “Will others I know and care about die? “When will it be ok?” Everything is impacted. We need to help all our community stay informed, calm and hopeful though this journey. Online learning is all about connecting with others and fostering and deepening the relationships we have with our students, staff and colleagues. Whether we are at school or in our homes; it is crucial to keep relationships central to all that we do.
  8. 8. •Center for Disease Control and Prevention •Safe and Sound Schools: •Guidance for Parents and Caregivers •Guidance for for Administrators of US K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs •TTalking to Children About the Virus via NYTimes Resources for Keeping Everyone Informed and Safe
  10. 10. People perform at their best when they feel connected, included, empowered and appreciated. When unable to come together physically, maintaining a strong sense of connection and shared purpose becomes mission critical. HUDDLE UP!
  11. 11. Smaller gatherings can be more participatory so that team members can ask questions and simply feel more connected to one another. Zoom Video BlueJeans Events YouTube Live LiveStream Twitch Facebook Live Google Hangouts/Meet Here are some tools to consider:
  13. 13. There is certainly no shortage of choices when it comes to hardware or software. The key is getting the tool to serve you and your needs and not the other way around. Are You Asking These Questions? Does it encourage broader engagement/participation? Does/Will everyone have access? Is it cost effective and sustainable? Does it amplify what we want? connection, collaboration, contribution Does it integrate?
  14. 14. 1. List the tools your staff and students are already using 2. Divide the tools up into categories that have similar functions (Real time communication, collaboration, etc… 3. Discuss how people feel using these different tools 4. Create a pro/con list 5. Once the tools are decided create a quick start guide to each We recommend doing the following:
  15. 15. Offering Great Support and Resources •Google Suite •Office Suite •Zoom •Facebook Groups •Slack •Adobe Commonly Used Tools
  16. 16. Teaching Learning &
  17. 17. Online learning is not about replication of what you are doing in on-campus settings. Rather, there is an opportunity to reimagine learning in unprecedented ways. Educators may need a reminder from you that it is ok to not get through all the content that might have been covered in under traditional circumstances. Acknowledge and reinforce the exciting possibilities for new learning spaces and experiences. Encourage them to jump into some of these new and fantastic opportunities.
  18. 18. Teachers can still conduct live teaching sessions with lessons they have already created or meet with their students live through easy to use video conferencing software. Students can collaborate with other classes in real-time or asynchronously. Teachers have full control over how to run their classrooms with features like screen share and video streaming without ever leaving the platform. LIVE INSTRUCTION Zoom Google Hangouts Facebook Live WebX Adobe Skype
  19. 19. New Learning Adventures Ask An ExpertWonder WithThe World Tour Museums Virtually Make An Impact Learn From a Master Discover Your Strengths
  20. 20. • Brainpop • Seesaw • Scholastic • Stemscopes • Pebble Go • Tumblebooks • Capstone • WeVideo The following are resources that are available for students and teachers at no charge. • Khan Academy • Udemy • Adobe Spark • Google • Microsoft • Kahoot • Discovery • Adobe
  21. 21. For teachers ready for more; the lists of online learning resources compiled by teachers, home educators,parents and supporting organizations is both stunning and growing by the day! Amazing Ed Resources FB Group. International Educators Sharing Mystery Science Resources Everything Liiteracy Best of Twitter: Resources for Home Learning Coronavirus Tech Handbook Coronavirus Support Hub- TES
  22. 22. Trouble Shooting SUPPORT &
  23. 23. Consider staffing open video conference rooms (with at least two employees) for people to join for technical help, instructional help, and for general information. Most video conferencing platforms have an option to remain open, and these could be used as the forum room, Understanding and establishing norms in such spaces may take some time, but it can be treated like an open forum. If a question or topic gets too personal, then it may be helpful to move a dialogue to a private room or conversation. Digital Support Rooms
  24. 24. Digital Support Rooms You Might Consider Technical support Instructional support HR support Health support Wellness support
  26. 26. Facebook Group Educators Network: Facebook Group for Librarian: Step Up in Times of Crisis Facebook Group for International Educators and Online Learning Facebook Groups for Teachers Community Groups with Direct Support Facebook Groups for School Leaders Facebook Groups for EdTech
  27. 27. More Education Hashtags: “Staying Connected Not Infected”
  28. 28. We are going to keep improving this guide based on your feedback. Please send your stories, ideas and experiences of using this guide and any methods and tips and tricks on how to improve virtual learning and leading. #WEARESMARTERTOGETHER
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