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Resources for Education During a Pandemic

Published on Wed, 01/11/2023

We are in the third winter of education during a pandemic, now with the benefit of experience, vaccines, and the expectation that any school closures will be brief and that in-person learning will remain the norm. Teachers are reporting a greater degree of normalcy. Still, the impact of COVID-19 as a teaching challenge that has propelled educators to develop a wide range of digital learning skills and strategies to meet learners where they are, maintains the relevance of the social studies resources that have been collected here.

Resources for Education During a Pandemic - an annotated compendium of links

This teaching resource is a blog post that receives periodic updates. Its introduction reads, in part: 

On this page, we feature resources for teachers of History, Social Studies, and Civics who are designing curriculum in the context of the pandemic, both for students who may be learning from home, and for students navigating a changing environment no matter where teaching and learning happens. 

Among these resources are many that provide guidance for increasing the accessibility of digital teaching resources.

History eNews from Emerging America - March 25

Published on Wed, 03/25/2020

MORE RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ONLINE - links below.  WEBINAR - April 29 - 3:30-4:45pm EST - Accessing Civic Engagement with Students with Disabilities. POSTPONED - Massachusetts Civic Literacy Conference scheduled for May 5 - postponed to early fall.  Teaching Tolerance - Speaking Up Against Racism Around the New Coronavirus
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