EDUCATION: In Person and Remote Learning 

From Pre-School through College ...

American Federation of Teachers

https://www.aft.org/coronavirus

800-900-2343

outbreak@aft.org

Information and resources for educators and school support staff

Share My Lesson: Remote learning and lesson plans for educators, school support staff & parents

BrainPop

www.brainpop.com

Create More “Aha!” Moments Together - From school to home, discover the content and tools you need to make learning POP.

Center For Educational Reform (CER)

https://edreform.com/covid-database/

CER’S ESSENTIAL EDUCATION DATABASE: Searchable Resources for HOME, REMOTE and DIGITAL LEARNING during the COVID-19 crisis.  Includes resources for both parents and educators K-12.

 

Charter Communications

Spectrum Digital Education:

Spectrum supports nonprofit organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband and how to use it to improve their lives. We award grants across the country to help accomplish this goal. 

CK-12

https://www.ck12.org/pages/flexlets/

Math & Science review for students

CommonLit

www.CommonLit.org

Resources for successful at-home learning.  Also extensive library for further learning by category and grade level.

Discovery Education

www.DiscoveryEducation.com

Discovery Education Experience provides engaging high-quality content, ready-to-use digital lessons, creative collaboration tools, and practical professional learning resources to give educators everything they need to facilitate instruction and create a lasting educational impact in any learning environment. 

National PTA

www.pta.org/home/family-resources/coronavirus-information

Resources, tools and information to support our families and teachers who are navigating working, teaching and learning at home. We’ll also share stories of how PTAs across the country are helping their communities. 

Social and Emotional Support Resources

Tips for Educators on Teaching from Home

NY Times

https://www.nytimes.com/section/learning

Lesson plans, contests and teaching tools, activities for students, webinars, etc.

US Department of Education

https://www.ed.gov/coronavirus

Resources for working from home: 

https://www.ed.gov/coronavirus/resources-for-learning-at-home

Varsity Tutors

www.varsitytutors.com

Private Online Tutoring, Online Group Classes, Academic, Test Prep, & Enrichment.   Lots of free classes taught by celebrity experts. And explore hundreds of free, live online classes and camps

A message from National PTA President Leslie Boggs

Remote Learning 

from ChildMind.org

Strategies for Supporting Learning at Home
We know how difficult this situation can be for children of any age. We offer these guidelines and strategies from our experts to help families support their children’s education at this time.

Family Resources for Remote Learning
Clinicians from our Learning and Development Center have organized resources for parents who are suddenly responsible for the home school environment.

   Rhode Island Strong.

 

We are strongest when we work together, whether it's wearing a mask in public, checking in on an elderly neighbor or sharing our stories and strategies that could be helpful to others ...

 

Have you had success with at-home learning?  Have you discovered helpful resources?  Or ways to help kids adjust to the new school year? Perhaps you have other positive suggestions or words of encouragement and support ...  

 

and if so, we're asking you to please share. We'll include this information on the Rhode Island Strong page (CLICK HERE!).  Thank you for caring and thank you for sharing!  

Rhode Island Stronger.

Governor Raimondo talks with Dr. Fauci on the safety of reopening schools in Rhode Island. August 13, 2020

THE AOTA BACK-TO-SCHOOL GUIDE

“Wearing masks, sitting away from friends, and meeting up online isn’t what students are used to expecting.The AOTA Back to School Guide includes practical tips and resources to help families and educators adapt routines and create new ones so that kids feel safe and are available for learning.”

 

AOTA’s Back to School Guide provides support in these various areas of essential needs, including:

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Rhode Island Department

of Education

 

COVID-19 Updates & Resources

www.back2schoolRI.com

Website from RIDE with Reopening Plans, the Latest News Updates and Events, and other Need To Know including key info. and frequently asked questions.

TESTING SITES FOR SCHOOLS:

The state has designated certain testing sites for K-12 students only. Three groups that will be eligible for testing are people who are symptomatic, people who have been exposed, and classmates.

  A test can be scheduled seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. by calling 844-857-1814.

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  Rhode Island Colleges and Universities    

Might be worth another look ...

 

Brown University Admissions

401-863-2378

www.brown.edu/

 

● Bryant University

401-232-6000

1150 Douglas Pike, Smithfield

www.bryant.edu

 

● Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI)

401-825-1000

www.ccri.edu   

● Johnson & Wales University

401-JWU-1000 ... 800-DIAL-JWU

8 Abbott Park Place, Providence

www.jwu.edu

● New England Institute of Technology

401-467-7744

One New England Tech Blvd.,E. Greenwich

www.neit.edu

 

● Providence College

401-865-1000

1 Cunningham Sq., Providence

www.providence.edu

● Rhode Island College

401-456-8000

600 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Providence

www.ric.edu

 

● Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

401-454-6100

2 College St., Providence

www.risd.edu

 

● Roger Williams University

401-253-1040

1 Old Ferry Rd., Bristol

www.rwu.edu

 

● Salve Regina University

401-847-6650

100 Ochre Point Ave., Newport

www.salve.edu

 

● University of Rhode Island (URI)

401-874-1000

www.uri.edu

THE AOTA BACK-TO-SCHOOL GUIDE

“Wearing masks, sitting away from friends, and meeting up online isn’t what students are used to expecting.The AOTA Back to School Guide includes practical tips and resources to help families and educators adapt routines and create new ones so that kids feel safe and are available for learning.”

 

AOTA’s Back to School Guide provides support in these various areas of essential needs, including:

KidsActivities.com

Click HERE for list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings. Direct links are provided. All you need to do is click the link and follow the instructions on that website to sign-up.

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Online Resources For Children With Developmental Disabilities During The Coronavirus Pandemic (Click Image.)

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