Author: Martha Ban

Providing a Distance Education Program

The NAD Office of Education is in the business of building solid programs. If a school or entity is interested in providing Distance Education, there is a proven path with specific requirements that must be met in order to be an approved Distance Learning school.

Virtual Field Trips for Early Learners

Stuck at Home? Here are 30+ great Virtual Field Trips for early learners to explore from your home on your couch. From zoos and landmarks to famous museums, you can explore the world with your child with over a month of virtual field trips!

Bible Story Resources

NASA

No matter if you enjoy taking or just watching images of space, NASA has a treat for you. They have made their entire collection of images, sounds, and video available and publicly searchable online. It’s 140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.

Numerade (9-12)

Numerade is a free online video education platform committed to closing the educational opportunity gap.

newsela

Whether your school is teaching through a closure or building plans to prepare, we’re here to help you ensure that learning doesn’t stop. We’re offering free access to Newsela’s entire product suite for the rest of the 2019/2020 school year.

edmentum

Edmentum would like to provide free program access to Study Island for Home, Study Island, or EdOptions Academy to any school or district who has shut down due to this virus.

 

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Resources

We hope this list of ITEEA and other resources is helpful to all educators during this unprecedented event.

Dreambox – Free Licenses

As your partner in learning, we have your back during these challenging times. For current customers, we would like to help you and all of your students by offering free DreamBox licenses through the end of June, 2020 for any students not currently on DreamBox in your school or district.

Scholastic Free Online Courses

As schools across the nation close because of the coronavirus pandemic, millions of students are stuck at home with their classes on hold. But before your child gets too excited about not having to study, rest assured, parents, Scholastic has got your back.

The educational company has launched a “Learn at Home” website that has daily courses for students from Pre-kindergarten to grades 6 and higher.