Resources for Online Teaching & Learning
Help with All the Google Apps We’re Using
The Two Best Sources of Tutorials I’ve found:
- Teacher Center: Training (the absolute basics)
Teach From Home from Google (best help for Classroom, Meets and everything else)
Google Classroom Help This doc is a comprehensive list of tutorials for working with G. Classroom. It also includes help with using Hangouts – a way to meet in real time with your students.
Video Recording Tools for recording lectures that students can view.
- Google Hangouts Meet great for recording your screen. Quick tutorial from Pamela.
- We Video is more complicated, but can do even more.
- Flipgrid students can record short videos in response to a topic, or prompt from the teacher.
- Voicethread & Adobe Spark are two more ways you can collaborate online with students that support all sorts of digital media. Please ask me if you need any support with these.
- Screencastify is a Chrome Plugin that allows you to record your screen but at this time, we’re suggesting recording Hangout Meets instead.
- Padlet a digital bulletin board for resource sharing and collaborating with students. Can link to articles, images, links, videos and more.
Online Books & Articles – Multiple Subjects
- Online Audio and Ebooks
- Audible Create your own account.
- ListenUP Vermont You’ll need to email Pamela Burke email@example.com for your library card number.
- EPIC email Pamela Burke firstname.lastname@example.org for your account.
- Online Articles
- Video Collections
Online Skills Practice, Online Assessments
- Kahoot is always fun, the kids love to make their own too
- Formative is an online assessment tool where you can build your own assessments nad give students feedback.
- IXL (math & grammar skills practice)
- Learning Express (pre-made quizzes for middle & high school students, kind of like SAT prep)
- Albert (practice and assessment resource for core topics grades 6-12. Teachers can assign modules and track student progress. AP programs also. Good for reviewing material you’ve already covered.)
Online Materials – Subject Specific
- Read naturally Reading practice & intervention
- DuoLingo Foreign Language Learning
- American Chemical Society articles online
- Google Arts & Culture High resolution virtual museum collection tours
- Ten best math tools for High School students
General Advice for Teachers
- Teaching with Hangouts Meet Christine recommends!
- Article from Mind/Shift podcast , KQED public radio
- 10 strategies from ISTE
Lists of Resources I’m trying to limit what I put here to what I can recommend, but if you would like to sort through more suggestions…
- Read the World: distance learning supports a somewhat curated site
- A list from the Vermont Librarians
- amazingeducationalresources.com a long list of apps/platforms free for schools that have closed
Twin Valley Middle High School
Librarian: Pamela Burke
4299 VT RT 100 Whitingham, VT 05361