Resources for Online Learning
- Math: Pearson Access
- Reading: Wonders/Study Sync
- Science: Mystery Science
- Typing: Edutyping
- Other: Scholastic Learn At Home
Calculators: Texas Instruments is pleased to offer free, 6-month licenses of TI software to give students and teachers access to the full functionality of their calculators from any PC or Mac computer. This includes the TI-84 family of graphing calculators. They have also made their iPad app available at no cost (though April 2020) and they will soon release a Chromebook app for schools and districts to use during this difficult time. Please use this link to gain access to the software of your choice: https://education.ti.com/en/resources/online-learning-program
Tutorials and Tips
Teachers will be utilizing a variety of tools to help support your child’s learning at home.
Here are some of the tools with tutorials:
- Zoom: Video and audio conferencing allowing teachers and students to stay
- Video tutorial for students
- Two ways students should join a Zoom meeting:
- Google Classroom: A digital web-based platform used in grades 3-6 where students can collaborate with their peers and teachers, view resources and assignments, and turn in work
- Canvas: A platform used in grades 7 -12 that allows students to view announcements, access course content, view posted assignments, and turn in completed work.
- Edpuzzle: A tool where students can safely watch videos assigned by their teacher.
- Nearpod: Engages students with interactive activities and connects them through collaborative discussions
- FlipGrid: Allows educators to ask a question, then the students respond in a video. Students are then able to respond to one another, creating a “web” of discussion.