This document continues Distance Learning for All guidance from the Oregon Department of Education in support of students in grades K-8.
Promising Practices for K-8 Students During Distance Learning: Recommended promising practices to use for designing learning experiences and measuring progress in learning during school closure.
This document provides guidance for School Counselors, Other Mental Health Professionals, and Administrators on how to support students.
The Oregon Department of Education has developed recommendations for continuity of student well-being while schools are closed during the COVID-19 public health crisis. ODE’s goal is that all students will maintain a connection to their teacher(s), feel grounded in their sense of well-being and mental health, feel connected and valued as important members of their learning communities, and, once those conditions for learning are present, continue to read, write, communicate, think critically, problem-solve, and engage in varied learning and academic experiences during this school closure period.
This document has answers to frequently asked questions about FERPA, student privacy, and the Coronavirus disease.
As schools close their doors as part of public health measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, educators are faced with how to support the diverse needs of all learners when students are not in school. This guide recognizes that solutions will not be – nor should be – “school as usual,” simply delivered in a virtual environment. Instead, this resource was developed by members of the Council of State Science Supervisors to provide guidance around how to support student science learning during these unique circumstances. Image by April Bryant from Pixabay