My niece and nephew's elementary school was closed due to COVID-19, so we decided to have weekly meetings via zoom to set up research projects and activities that they would complete. This remote learning plan includes the following projects: Animal Research via webcams, Research a Real Life Hero, Research a Country, Interview a Family Member, Perform a Play, Make Environmental Art & La Loteria Board Game, and Compare & Contrast COVID-19 Data.
Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning prior to the fitness testing portion of the school year. Students are provided with a "log" to be completed at home during remote learning period. The behaviors are intended to improve students self awareness as well as the different fitness components required to build a healthy body and brain.
This document discusses about the different strategies for ensuring higher levels of online student engagement in medical education in the wake of COVID-19.
This document is the revised version of:
Zayapragassarazan Z. COVID-19: Strategies for Online Engagement of Remote
Learners [version 1; not peer reviewed]. F1000Research 2020, 9:246 (document)
This sequence of instruction was developed in the Growing Elementary Science Project to help elementary teachers who were working remotely. We developed a short storyline that ties together a few sessions to help explore a specific concept. We tried to include some activities that honored and included the student’s family and experience, and some that included the potential for ELA learning goals. Students view a couple of videos and record what they notice and wonder about how plants change as seasons change. Students take a walk with family members to search for evidence of changes due to weather in their neighborhoods. It is part of ClimeTime - a collaboration among all nine Educational Service Districts (ESDs) in Washington and many Community Partners to provide programs for science teacher training around Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and climate science, thanks to grant money made available to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) by Governor Inslee.
The Cultivating Washington curriculum is intended to be a go-to resource for Washington state middle school educators seeking student-centered instructional materials that make learning about the history of the Pacific Northwest more relevant and meaningful for students.In addition, it is a resource for agricultural education teachers, parents, and community members interested in helping students discover the history and development of agriculture in the state of Washington.
This online lesson provides perspectives from Native American community members and their supporters, images, news footage, an interactive timeline, and other sources about an important campaign to secure the treaty rights and sovereignty of Native Nations of the Pacific Northwest. Scroll to begin an exploration of the actions Native Nations took to address injustices.
This Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning prior to the fitness testing portion of the school year. Students are provided with a variety of exercises to be performed at home during remote learning period. The exercises are intended to improve the students performance on upcoming fitness assessments.
Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning during the fitness testing portion of the school year. Students are provided with the variables/setup of each test to be performed at home during remote learning period. We do 7 different fitness tests ... PACER, SitnReach, Agility/Shuttle Run, Flexed Arm Hang, Standing Long Jump, 60 sec situp, and 60 sec pushup.
This online lesson provides perspectives from Native American community members, images, objects, and other sources to help students and teachers understand the efforts of Native Nations of the Pacific Northwest to protect and sustain salmon, water, and homelands. Scroll to begin an exploration of the Pacific Northwest history and cultures.
This OER campus administrator guide, officially entitled "OER & Online Learning: Administrator Quick Start Guide, Strengthening the Shift to Online Learning in California Community Colleges Through the Use of OER", is an outcome of a project by ISKME, supported by a grant from the Michelson 20MM Foundation, to conduct a study and develop a set of resources to accelerate OER use for distance education, especially the urgent shift to remote learning during the pandemic in 2020.
The Guide, created in collaboration with a selection of OER and online education champions across California community colleges (CCC), seeks to support community college administrators in California and beyond in more effectively supporting faculty use of OER as they work to address the reality of online learning in response to COVID-19 and future disruptions. The guide provides quick tips and starting points for campus administrators as they work to create the policy and practice environments needed to foster increased OER use for online learning.
See the associated OER and Online Learning: Faculty Quick-Start Guide for more in-depth tools and resources targeted to faculty and instructional design support, at: https://www.oercommons.org/courses/oer-online-learning-faculty-quick-start-guide
This resource includes multiple lesson plans developed by Washington State teacher John Zingale and can be taught as part of in-person, hybrid, or remote instructional settings. The core content areas include social studies, civics, and media literacy and are designed for use with students in grades 6-12. Additional integrations include ELA, world languages, mathematics, physical education and science. These lessons integrate both state and national civics instruction using project-based and collaborative learning strategies. Features of these lessons include:student researchcollaborative learningdigital learning strategieslateral readingdesign and creation of infographicsTo support these lessons, additional resources are provided to help educators and families with understanding and teaching information and media literacy to young people. Resources include:introductions to media literacyeducator guidesparent guidesstudent learning standards
This OSPI resource provides curated collections of free activities, lessons, units, and informational "texts" (articles, passages, e-books, videos, podcasts) to support every NGSS Performance Expectation (standard) in grades K-5. This resource is intended to support teachers with teaching science while also integrating science and ELA to grow student knowledge, thinking, application, and skills in both content areas. Materials are organized into units based on the topics and essential questions in each grade. Resources listed are all freely available online, with some requiring teachers to create free accounts to access. Some trade books are also listed that might be accessed through a library system. Gratitude is expressed to the Washington State Science Fellows, Science Fellows Emeriti, and ELA Fellows who contributed to curating the informational texts. For questions or comments contact OSPI Elementary Science at Kimberley.Astle@k12.wa.us.
- Elementary Education
- Reading Informational Text
- Speaking and Listening
- Life Science
- Physical Science
- Physical Geography
- Material Type:
- Full Course
- Lesson Plan
- Primary Source
- Teaching/Learning Strategy
- Kimberley Astle
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For those who have previously discovered this resource, we would like to direct you to a new and improved version that now adds curated and freely available informational "texts" (articles, passages, e-books, videos, podcasts) to support every NGSS Performance Expectation (standard) in grades K-5. This is to support elementary teachers with designing for learning that integrates science and literacy. Click "View Resource" above for the link.This adds an additional layer to the previous resource that listed freely available activities, lessons, units, and whole-year curricula for every K-5 NGSS Performance Expectation.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at OSPI Elementary Science with feedback and questions.
This resource includes a teacher guide with lessons and activities to get your students ready for the Modeling Our World with Mathematics (MOWWM) course as well as suggested resources to adapt the course to an online learning environment.
The Faculty Quick Start Guide is an outcome of a project by ISKME, supported by a grant from the Michelson 20MM Foundation, to conduct a study and develop a set of resources to accelerate OER use for distance education, especially the urgent shift to remote learning during the pandemic in 2020. The Guide, created in collaboration with a selection of OER and online education champions across California community colleges (CCC), contains:
- Models and approaches to online learning, and to emergency remote learning in the context of COVID-19;
- How and to what extent OER fits into these models, and local and state-level supports needed for its integration and sustainability;
- Design considerations for integrating OER in online learning, including pedagogical and platform considerations;
- Curatorial practices, such as using OER curation tools and aligning curated OER to learning outcomes; and,
- Starting points and tips for colleges and faculty who want to initiate OER integration into distance education.
Tailored to faculty and campus administrators both in California and beyond, the Guide has the aim is to enable system-wide shifts to meet postsecondary institutions’ long term goals for distance learning, and faculty’s emergency plans for remote learning in response to the COVID-19 and potential future crises.
The Guide is also available as a PDF for download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17AXs30dZeLOrGeNBQ-ISc_OJXIxE9xtB/view?usp=sharing.
See the companion guide for administrators at: https://www.oercommons.org/courses/iskme-michelson-20mm-oer-campus-administrator-quick-start-guide-public/edit
Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning prior to the fitness testing portion of the school year. Students are provided with a variety of exercises to be performed at home during remote learning period. The exercises are intended to improve the students fitness as well as performance on upcoming fitness assessments.
This Remote Learning Plan was created by Beth Einspahr in collaboration with Eileen Barks and Caryn Ziettlow as part of the 2020 ESU-NDE Remote Learning Plan Project. Educators worked with coaches to create Remote Learning Plans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students will use the writing process to create a Persuasive Essay. This Remote Learning Plan addresses the following NDE Standards: 5.2.1.a, 5.2.1.b, 5.2.1.c, 5.2.2.b, 5.2.2.e.
In partnership with teachers, the Louisiana Department of Education arranged OpenSciEd (grade 6-8 science) content in a manner that stays true to the vision of the materials and provides clear guidance on how to use them in a fully remote environment. The modified materials assume that teachers will have synchronous virtual meetings with students in addition to home learning.
The site also provides a variety of resources with options for students who do not have internet access.
In this lesson, the Electric Slide Line Dance is introduced. The steps are broken down and students get a feel for the rhythm of the music.
This resource guide is based on a three-session series to support leaders in building staff capacity for implementing remote and distance learning models. It is openly licensed (free!) and includes concrete resources to begin designing and launching effective remote learning. Each session includes a set of slides that contain basic information on the topic and can also be used in team professional learning sessions. This document also includes playlists of additional resources and artifacts to accompany each session that teams can explore.
Session A: Introduction to Remote Learning
Session B: Driving Remote Instructional Quality and Improvement
Session C: Building Staff Capacity Remotely
**For remote learning: Students will pick between two dances to practice during the week:German Clap Dance (in this lesson) or Line Dance**For classroom: Teacher will focus on this dance all week.In this lesson, the German Clap Dance is introduced. The steps are broken down and students get a feel for the rhythm of the music.
Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning. Students are provided with a variety of activities/exercises to be performed at home. The exercises are intended to improve the students fitness or skills as well as develop responsibility for their health.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is increasingly likely that Remote Learning may continue into the 2020-21 academic year, either in pockets or statewide. Nebraska Educational Service Units are working in collaboration with the Nebraska Department of Education to help Districts navigate these uncertain times. The purpose of this professional learning module is to help educators plan high quality remote learning experiences. It is expected to take approximately 1 hour to complete this professional learning module on Remote Learning Planning. Upon completion, you are invited to share the Remote Learning Plan you create to receive a Certificate of Completion.
This Remote Learning Plan was created by Rosa Zimmerman in collaboration with Nick Ziegler as part of the 2019-20 ESU-NDE Digital Age Pedagogy Project. Educators worked with coaches to create Remote Learning Plans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The attached Remote Learning Plan is designed for a grade 9-12 World Languages student. Students will: Learn the seasons and weather expressions for each season.
This lesson allows students a quick view of Bo-Taoshi, a Japanese military training exercise. They will then be challenged to create their own game using items they create, or have at home.
This lesson was created as a remote learning activity for K-5 students taking into consideration limited resources students may or may not have at home. Fitness, Teamwork, Problem Solving and Planning required.
Learn what it takes to get milk from the farm to your table on real Washington dairy farms. It takes serious dedication to keep cows healthy and comfortable while preserving the planet—see everything that goes into producing dairy in Washington’s own backyard with this interactive lesson plan for grades 6-8.
Learn what it takes to get milk from the farm to your table on real Washington dairy farms. It takes serious dedication to keep cows healthy and comfortable while preserving the planet—see everything that goes into producing dairy in Washington’s own backyard with this interactive lesson plan by the Washington Dairy Council for grades 6-8.
These easy-to-use guides have been crafted by teacher librarians to help K12 educators select and effectively implement commonly-adopted digital learning tools in Washington State. Specifically designed for classroom educators, this resource bank provides links, support and guidance for the effective use of over 20 digital learning tools already in use in many classrooms and schools across the state.
As part of our COVID-19 response efforts, the Education team at the Wikimedia Foundation has developed a series of lesson plans and challenge prompts that help educators incorporate Wikipedia and its sister projects in remote learning environments. Wikipedia is the largest free online encyclopedia and it’s in the top 10 most visited websites in the world. These educational proposals offer dynamic and engaging ways for teachers and guardians to complement remote education strategies, help students develop digital literacy skills, and engage in some of the largest collaborative free knowledge projects.