Collection of resources for K-5 students to teach, engage, and build student'academic skills in a virtual counseling program.
COVID-19 Extended Closing Instructional Resources
Resources provided by Virginia school divisions to support educational activities when schools have extended periods when they are closed.
Learning Packets from Alexandria Public Schools, sorted by Grade Level (PDF)
Brunswick County Public Schools is committed to providing virtual, hands-on, and instructional work packets for our students in the midst of Cornoavirus, COVID-19. As we continue with our instructional approach, we invite you to visit your school's page below for At-Home Learning Resources.
Parent LetterFeelings Check PosterStress Discussion CardsCircle of Control PosterStressors Flow ChartAvoidable Vs. Unavoidable StressStress Buster CardsStress PlanMindfulness
Lots of lesson plans for world languages during COVID building closure.
This page has links to resources that can help ITRTs support teachers and students during the COVID-19 school building closures. Of interest for PD, links to Using Google to Teach Remotely has several tutorials.
Caroline County's Continuity of Instruction page includes several activity packets based on grade level and subject area!
This web page on Culpeper County's web page includes links to lists of resources sorted by content area. Most of the resources are links to web sites with learning resources but both English and Math have specific learning packets.
What does formative assessment look like during distance learning? Without proximity, how can teachers gather and act on “in-the-moment” information – the behaviors, emotions, and situations that affect learning and inform instruction? This resource provides explanations, sample questions, and possible actions to implement formative assessment during distance learning scenarios.Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay
This page links to instructional packets for Franklin City students.
Links to Learning Packets for Greene County students, organized by Elementary, Middle and High.
A padlet of several resources and links that can be used for at-home learning.
This page provides resources for both elementary and secondary students. Elementary resources are available for use by other divisions, as needed. The secondary resources will be sent to students directly, to be accessed via Schoology. These are not accessible for other divisions but you may find the process used helpful in forming your own strategies.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) is phasing elementary students, kindergarten-third grade, back to the classroom. Due to COVID-19, students have experienced a virtual learning environment since last school year. Identifying learning loss or gaps for students is crucial for academic growth and success. Students complete the Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) to measure knowledge of various literacy fundamentals: alphabet recognition, phonological awareness, concept of words, and knowledge of letter sounds and spelling. In addition, students complete the Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Program (VKRP) and division fall formatives to measure mathematical thinking. The results of these assessments identify any learning loss or gaps for students. To improve and provide a high-quality instructional experience, students would receive targeted support from a VBCPS evening tutor. These planning documents are intended to support tutors in developing effective and targeted small group instruction for students.
Cori Sowers and other ITRTs at Danville created this helpful set of instructions for different audiences about using Canvas. Feel free to adapt to your division's processes!
- Computer Science
- Fine Arts
- Health/Physical Education
- History/Social Sciences
- Special Education
- World Languages
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- Visual Media
- Cary Wright
- Channon Loubriel
- Cori Sowers
- Elizabeth Plyler
- Kevin Kirk
- Lisa Fain
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Attached is the instructor powerpoint and guide. The idea is that the individual training teachers can pick these resources up and begin training. Much of what you will find are Norfolk Public Schools related, but resources can be revised to reflect your district. Canvas Level One Instructional Video - https://youtu.be/gMxdVNKxjQU?list=PLOS5Pas2o8jQRJwar9j0Q7gT_qdycrimX
This guide was created for a district trainer to pick up and provide training on basic Zoom functions. This guide has experienced multiple iterations and will continue to do so as trainers continue providing feedback. The guide is specifically for Norfolk Public Schools but can be revised to represent your district. Zoom Level One Instructional Video (Desktop/Laptop) - https://youtu.be/6OFgn8DB69UZoom Level One Instructional Video (iOS) - https://youtu.be/X5LI9lOrOag
This guide was created for a district trainer to pick up and provide training on basic Zoom functions. This guide has experienced multiple iterations and will continue to do so as trainers continue providing feedback. The guide is specifically for Norfolk Public Schools but can be revised to represent your district. Zoom Level Two Instructional Video (Desktop/Laptop) - https://youtu.be/sG1mVgu0MNE?list=PLOS5Pas2o8jR6IRysgaZyBrd9SRNdGhRT
A page of information for students and parents about helping students stay involved during building closures for COVID-19.
Learning at home resources for grades 3-5
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Links to resources for PreK-2.
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For teachers, this resource challenges educators to incorporate one of the 5 C's each week into their instruction. Lots of great ideas, this is a way to make your instruction more innovative and engaging for students.