NYSED Resources for Remote Teaching

New York State Education Department has many resources for support remote teaching

New York State Education Department has many resources to support teachers in the classroom.  The problem that I have always had was trying to find them on the site. Although it is a New York site the following links can be used for Remote Teaching in all schools. These resources are also helpful for student teachers who are tackling the world of student teaching that may include a variation of remote teaching.  Check out the sites below.    

Remote Learning Sites

Professional Learning for Teaching Online, SETDA – From the State Ed Tech Directors Association, free resources for educators and administrators to better understand how to teach online.

Tips for Distance Learning with LearningMedia  – In this one-hour virtual learning seminar, PBS master trainers and educators share tips and techniques to support engaging, effective distance learning. Educators of children of all ages are introduced to virtual learning technologies, tools, and hacks to set up a digital classroom with confidence.                              

Learning Keeps Going- Resources for Teachers and Leaders – Resources for, the COVID-19 Education Coalition, a diverse group of education organizations brought together by the ISTE/EdSurge team to curate, create and deliver high-quality tools, resources and support for educators and parents as they keep the learning going during extended school closures.

OpenSciEd (Grades 6-8)

  • Science materials are open educational resources (OER) and are free for anyone to use, share, redistribute, adapt, transform, and build upon for any purpose.
  • A scope and sequence is also available aligned to science standards, as well as other resources.
  • Note: Users register and agree to terms of use science units and unit maps

University of Rochester-Life Sciences Learning Resources for Teachers (Middle School/High School)

These free resources provide a wide variety of ready-to-use lessons that have been field tested with teachers and students from throughout the US with funding from the National Institutes of Health.  The lesson collections include topics in Neuroscience, Cancer Biology, Environmental Health, Kidney Crisis, Stem Cells and many more.  Animations are also available.

Coming Soon: More Remote Resources

  • Professional Learning and Support Resources
  • Instructional Planning Resources Resources
  • Supporting ELLS with Remote Teaching Resources
  • Social Emotional Learning Resources

Learning occurs in day to day activities. So, look for and create learning opportunities throughout your day. Stay safe and be well.

Isn’t education All about reaching the kids in the classroom and at home?

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