COVID-19 Resources published by the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development
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In these times of uncertainty, YouCubed is here to help students at home continue to explore and learn math in rich and creative ways. We are collecting here modified versions of our tasks to be more home-friendly, as well as some new explorations designed for learners at home. Status: Always Free
NRICH welcomes millions of users every year to share our free, online mathematical activities for learners aged 3-19. We have a huge bank of award-winning resources, ideal for children and students to work on independently while schools are closed, and for teachers to use when teaching remotely. We have created some collections of our best resources for independent learning to share with you.Status: Always free
An article for parents on how to help students calm their anxieties.
A game to develop social skills around understanding facial expressions and body language.
This website has many adapted printable activities.
We can’t afford to let learning lapse. The COVID-19 Education Coalition is a diverse group of education organizations brought together by the ISTE/EdSurge team to curate, create and deliver high-quality tools, resources and support for educators and parents as they keep the learning going during extended school closures.
To help ensure the continuity of special education services during remote instruction and to spotlight best practice approaches for schools and educators, an alliance of national education organizations has come together to ensure equity for all learners.
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