COVID-19 has forced many of us to step out of our ordinary routines. We’re at home. Some of us are teaching at a distance for the very first time. Others are looking for resources and activities our students can do while at home. To help, the OER Project has assembled a set of resources to support teachers, parents and students as they transition from the classroom to the homeroom. While we’ve differentiated between parents and teachers in the links below, we recognize that that line is somewhat blurred in the current educational atmosphere—all resources are free and open to everyone, everywhere. Choose what works best for you.
Ideal for high school students fulfilling World History requirements.
Whether you’re a parent or a classroom teacher, we are here for you as you embark on your online instruction journey. There will be plenty of ups and downs, but you can rest assured our experts will be ready and willing to answer any questions you have along the way. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions at any time. We look forward to hearing from you!
Ideal for middle and high school students.
Many of us are being asked to reinvent the classroom online. It’s not easy. To help, we asked a good friend of the OER Project, Ian Usher, to help us make sense of teaching at a distance. You can find his advice on our blog series Teaching at a Distance: From the Classroom to the Homeroom.