How are you adjusting & adapting to teaching this fall? CSTA and have both published resources to help!
We don't know about you, but we're feeling like first year teachers all over again this fall! No matter the Return to Learn plan your district utilizes, we're all entering new territory as educators and learners. CSTA and have published resources to help!
First, CSTA has compiled an EXTENSIVE list of resources to support teaching during COVID-19. Click here to visit the web page. You'll find resources in the following categories:
  • Taking Care of Yourself
  • AP Testing Information
  • Learning About Coronavirus
  • Teaching about Coronavirus
  • Preparing for Online Learning
  • Online Professional Learning for Teachers
  • Online Learning Courses for Students
  • Tools for Online Teaching
Just keep scrolling to find the category you're interested in a goldmine of great resources to explore!
Next, has published a document with Modifications for Common Teaching Practices. Click here to access the Google Doc. Developed for use in alternative teaching environments, it provides suggestions to adapt teaching and learning strategies for virtual asynchronous, virtual synchronous, and socially-distanced classrooms. Strategies addressed include:
  • Think-Pair-Share
  • Peer Feedback
  • Group Projects
  • Multiple-Choice Assessments
  • Pair Programming
  • Debugging