Coronavirus Resources for Schools

SBE Remote Learning Guidance Document

Contains resources from school districts and public health agencies.

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Contents: ● Acknowledgments ● Introduction ● Pedagogy and Practices ● Accessibility ● Content ● Tools and Resources ● Infrastructure and Devices Acknowledgments All educators share the primary goal of high-quality continuity of education for each student. The purpose of this document is to support teachers and administrators as they work toward moving their teaching and learning online. While this document is by no means comprehensive, the State Board of Education is hopeful that educators will find it useful. Many individuals from several county offices of education and school districts in California contributed to this document. The lead authors are from the Riverside County Office of Education. Dennis Large, Ed.D., Eric Calderon, Heidi Baynes, Steve Hickman, Ed.D., Mike Leffin Introduction It is important to understand that taking teaching and learning online involves more than just uploading files and video links to a learning management system (LMS). Teaching remotely requires a different approach. It is a skill to be learned. Educators who have taught online know that there are some specific pedagogies and practices that help make online learning effective. This document attempts to support the move to remote learning by examining four major categories of online teaching and learning: a) Pedagogy and Practices, b) Accessibility, c)

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