Best Practices

Best practices for virtual learning

Yoga for Classrooms Blog

How to stay positive and help kids feel grounded in the midst of change. Great ideas for a “wellness break” throughout a day of remote learning.

Pivoting to Online Teaching: Research and Practitioner Perspectives

This course explores research-informed effective practices for online teaching and learning in postsecondary institutions, providing faculty and staff with guidance on how to pivot existing courses online while enhancing student success and engagement. Though intended for postsecondary instructors, much is adaptable and applicable for secondary online instruction as well.

Communication Strategy and Example: Sanborn Regional High School

Looking for an example of comprehensive communication from school leadership? Read the parent/student/staff communication plan complete with online schedule example from award winning, NH Principal, Brian Stack.

NH NEA Guidance & Support

NH LEARNING INITIATIVE COMMUNITY RESOURCE FOR EDUCATORS: NH NEA GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT A thoughtful list of many helpful resources as you consider online learning.

Study.com

Study.com helps teachers use video lessons to help students with ADHD learn.

HOW TEACHERS USE VIDEO LESSONS TO HELP STUDENTS WITH ADHD LEARN

As technology improves, there are more ways to help students with learning disabilities than ever before. Video lessons are becoming a great way to help students with ADHD learn difficult material. The interactive nature of video lessons gives students a chance to learn at their own speed without falling behind.

E-Learning: The Student Experience

Tessa Falcetta, who has dysgraphia and ADHD, discusses why online learning is a good fit for her in this video from Education Week Journal.

12 Learning Activity Websites for Children with Disabilities

These websites are engaging and provide clear and simple, focused online activities that promote learning for students with a wide variety of disabilities.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON PROVIDING SERVICES TO CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 OUTBREAK

The CDC has issued interim guidance to help administrators of public and
private childcare programs and K–12 schools plan for and prevent the spread of
COVID-19 among students and staff.

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