OER Project Team Washington, USA For the time being, we’re at home, as are our students. For those of us that haven’t taught at a distance before, this can be a little daunting. We know it isn’t as simple as setting up a Google Hangout with our classes and settling into an otherwise familiar routine. … Continue reading From the Classroom to the Homeroom
BHP Team Washington, USA So, you’re a kid stuck at home and bored silly when you could be with classmates enjoying world history class. Or, you’re a teacher whose plans for the whole year have been upended. Or you’re a parent scrambling to provide care and activities for a child who would, under normal circumstances, … Continue reading Schools Closed During a Pandemic a Century Ago. Did it Work?
Joe Jarvis, BHP and WHP Teacher Connecticut, USA Note: An earlier version of this activity did not include links to the source materials. The Coronavirus Activity .pdf has been updated to reflect these changes, with thanks to commenters Glenn Gutterman and Kristine Sawyer for their sharp eyes! One of the things we as social studies … Continue reading Coronavirus: Keep Calm and Carry On Claim Testing