Schools and workplaces in several countries are facing a new situation as organizations take preventive measures amid the growing number of coronavirus cases around the world. Visual learning materials; infographics, posters, screenshots, video lessons and virtual tours with recorded audio notes and instructions can support daily communication between teachers and students. Below are some examples from our community as well as collections of other great resources and solutions for remote learning.
How can teachers stay in touch with their students and create materials for self-paced online learning? Here are four ideas.
This Q&A summarizes how Office 365 schools and campuses can activate ThingLink to new routines and best practices via Microsoft Teams.
Find ThingLink on Google for Education's Chromebook App Hub and watch a video on how to use Google's & Microsoft's accessibility features together.
Remote Learning Apps and Content from Microsoft's Partners: ThingLink, Discovery Education, Kahoot, Prezi Video, and Pear Deck.
A list of educational applications and platforms to help parents, teachers, schools and school systems facilitate student learning and provide social caring and interaction during periods of school closure.
Koulu.me lists free apps and resources to support distance learning in schools affected by the coronavirus outbreak.