This is a short and to-the-point video (Students Distance Learning.mp4) from Alex Case in Loudoun County. It can give you ideas for making your own video for your division's students, and even for your teachers!
Collection of resources for K-5 students to teach, engage, and build student'academic skills in a virtual counseling program.
This short guide to accessibility in OER provides links to sites that maintain up-to-date guides, tips, directions, and helpful tools for creating accessible materials.
A printable, illustrated, step-by-step guide on how to align resources on #GoOpenVA to Virginia Standards of Learning.
This presentation focuses on the basics of UDL (Universal Design for Learning) and how various technology tools can support all students. It is about 57 minutes long and the accompanying slide deck is included.
Patrick Hausammann of Clarke put together this slide deck that covers 30 tech tools that help students with their creativity skills.
A labeled diagram of a Resource Landing Page, identifying the various elements.
The Prince William ITCs have recorded several 15-30 minute videos focusing on specific apps, such as NearPod or EdPuzzle, that can support virtual learning.
This text provides links to up-to-date resources on how to properly attribute OER within your own creations, as well as how to create your own attribution to include in your materials as a helpful guide to others.
Jennifer Daniel of Washington County has created a Wakelet to show how to create a Bitmoji Classroom if you'd like to create one of this graphic-based virtual classroom interfaces.
A digital checklist board that you can use in any content area! This is a project management resource. The directions are geared towards a book report, however, you could adjust them for any project where the students need to stay organized
A short screencast to demonstrate how to change your password in #GoOpenVA.
This presentation focuses on the hows and whys of using Choice Board and Hyperdocs. It is about 54 minutes long and the accompanying slide deck is included.
Some best practices for adding metadata to your customized (remixed) or created resources.
Various Tech Tips from Patrick Hausammann regarding a variety of Ed Tech tools.
There are two ways you can collaborate using the tools available on #GoOpenVA. This screencast demonstrates those two ways.
Adam Seipel, with VaSCL (Virginia School Consortium for Learning), provides this recorded presentation and slide deck for creating a learning community with your students who are at home using Google Meet and Flipgrid.
This screencast covers your initial input of a resource into the Open Author online editor. Part II covers the process of publishing, including adding metadata.
This screencast goes over how to add metadata to your resource before you publish it on #GoOpenVA. There are many choices you have to make and you may want to look over the choices ahead of time. See the Metadata Planning Document: https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/413/overview This is Part II of 2 videos that help you learn how to use Open Author to add resources on #GoOpenVA. Part I is here https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/431/overview