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*UPDATED* Resources (teaching and others) amidst the COVID-19 outbreak

Updated: Apr 8, 2021

*updated 4/8/2021

This post is a updated list of resources available for those during the COVID-19 outbreak. This list is by all means *not* exclusive. I've been collecting resources as I come across them. Feel free to use the comment section below to share resources you have found.

GrammarCheck. A tool to help check for grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes.

WordCounter. A tool to help check your word/character count.

District Administration. A list of 218 free K-12 resources during coronavirus pandemic.

All Digital School. The Largest Community of Educators & Directory of Resources Online - breaks topics into content areas.

U.S. Department of Education. COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. USDA Feeds Kids, Helps Families During COVID-19 Emergency - includes additional links specific to food needs during this time.

USAGov. A listing of government responses to Coronavirus, COVID-19 outbreak.

Action for Healthy Kids. A collection of resources to help parents and educators keep kids active and healthy while schools are closed or doing online learning. Resources will be added continually, so check back often.

Tech and Learning. Free Online Learning Resources For Schools Affected by Coronavirus/COVID-19.

Amazing Educational Resources. A list of companies that are offering free services or subscriptions due to school closures.

Free or reduced cost internet. Here's a link to a news story that covers a listing of companies offering free or reduced cost internet and other utility-based energy. *Check with your own local provider for what is available to you.

Virtual Field Trips to Zoos. Many zoos are opening their doors and having virtual field trips for those who are in quarantine. This is not only a great resource for teachers who may be discussing certain animals - but for those younger kids that may not yet bet in school.

Pinterest: Quarantined Activities. A lot of teachers, parents, and educators are using Pinterest to share ideas on what to do during this time. This is a great place to find easy and cheap lessons for your children or classroom.

Higher Educational Resources. A open Google Doc with resources for those in higher educational settings.

Purdue Teaching Remotely / Learning Remotely. Additional guidance and resources for both faculty and students in higher education.

Purdue Online Portal. Resources and guides for online teaching and learning.

At the end of the day - stay at home, wash your hands, and be safe!

Please note - I am not a contact person for any links provided here. I am not being paid or compensated for providing any of the links above. This list is to give others an idea of what is available and where to look when needing additional help during this time.

Please share resources with each other in the comment section below!

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