We’ve longed for a time when we didn’t have to worry about “the test”, well here it is!! This is the time to be creative, connect with your students on personal levels and have some fun!! Below are some resources that I’ve compiled to hopefully help you navigate these new waters. I’ll be adding to this list as I find things so stay tuned. If there’s anything specific that you are struggling with or have questions about please don’t hesitate to contact me.

If you have found or developed anything that you would like to share and post here, please send it my way!

I’m seeing and hearing nothing but great things about how our staff is handling this new way of instruction. Keep up the great work and have some fun with it!! I’m so proud to be a Panther!



Why Learning at Home Should Be More Self-Directed—and Less Structured - Article highlighting ideas about shift to remote learning for students

Best Practices for Digital Learning and Virtual Meetings - Ed Elements highlights strategies to engage in virtual meetings

Caitlin Tucker - Blog - Caitlin Tucker provides practical strategies to support educators connecting with students through blended platforms.

Teaching and Learning Resources

Sample Learning Menu - PreK - 12 samples learning menus to create experiences for students

Favorite Check-In Questions. - EdElements favorite check in questions for when you are starting a morning meeting or meeting a student one on one.

Pedagogy and Practices - Detailed suggestions from the Riverside Office of Education regarding remote learning. Great links embedded throughout the document

George Couros Ideation Chart - Ideas for various ways to engage students through content areas

George Couros Ideation Chart #2 - See Above ↑↑↑


Google is more than just worksheets- Ideas for authentic student work through the Google Suite