From our editors: a selection of recently published articles on teaching and learning remotely

TODAY’S LIST OF RESOURCES! And be sure to also take a look at our more extensive list of resources for teaching during COVID-19!

From The Marshall Memo:

Ideas and Resources during the Coronavirus Crisis

From Simone Kern on Edutopia:

Why Learning at Home Should Be More Self-Directed—and Less Structured

From Kara Hume, Ph.D., and the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team:

Supporting Individuals Autism through Uncertain Times

From Linda Jacobson on Education Dive:

As summer nears, school districts begin ‘scenario planning’

From John S. Thomas on Edutopia:

How to Support Home Learning in Elementary Grades

Bringing the Benefits of Your Morning Meetings Online

From Brittany R. Collins on Education Week:

Yes, You Can Do Trauma-Informed Teaching Remotely (and You Really, Really Should)

From Andrew Miller on Edutopia:

Formative Assessment in Distance Learning

From Stephen Sawchuk on Education Week:

Grading Students During the Coronavirus Crisis: What’s the Right Call?

From Jorge Valenzuela on ISTE:

3 ways to make remote learning more engaging

From Kate Gallagher on TeachHUB:

How to Promote Student Autonomy in Online Discussions

From Michael Ralph on Edutopia:

Teaching Strategies of Award-Winning Online Instructors

From Amadou Diallo on The Hechinger Report:

How to reach students without internet access at home? Schools get creative

From Catherine Gewertz on Education Week Teacher:

Shifting Science Instruction to the Coronavirus: New Activities, Units

From Laurel Schwartz on Edutopia:

Helpful Online Resources for Teaching ELLs

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