Teaching and Learning From Home
A response to COVID-19 School Closures
Our world continues to experience heartbreaking challenges, and kindness has never felt more essential. Part of our work in activating kindness is done by providing a place for parents and educators to find the resources they need to help them navigate this unique time.
And even though summer has just begun, we’re already gearing up for the school year and preparing for the launch of our Learn Kind Program this fall. Our brand new, evidence-based curriculum will include pathways for any learning environment teachers find themselves in when the school year starts. Learn Kind is embedded with tools to nurture student well-being and includes resources specific to the pandemic we are navigating. Sign up to get more information and stay updated.
Resources for how to talk about and combat racism
We’re living in an important moment, and how we discuss race and racism with our children has the power to shape the future in small and large ways. But it can be difficult to know exactly how to approach these conversations. We’ve compiled a list of resources to help you navigate these conversations with kids.
Kindness, Social-Emotional Learning & Mental Health
Now, more than ever, we must do all we can to care for the mental and emotional health of ourselves and others. These sites provide resources and tools to cultivate kindness, social-emotional learning, and mental health.
Articles & Best Practices
A list of articles and resources to help you navigate the transition to remote learning, schooling at home, how to talk with students about the coronavirus pandemic, and more.
Video Conferencing & Interactive Learning Platforms
Need to communicate with your students virtually in real time or monitor their progress and provide feedback? These video conferencing tools and interactive learning platforms provide a broad range of features to help you do just that.
Academic Resources & Content
A list of websites offering free videos, articles, lesson plans, and other tools, covering all K-12 subject areas.
Virtual Field Trips & Tours
Feeling like a break from home? With these websites, students can take free virtual field trips and tours from zoos, to art museums - and even Mars!
From coding apps to live doodles with Mo Willems, these sites offer a range of interactive projects, real world learning experiences, and resources that are just plain fun.
A special thank you to our partner, Nivea, for their generous support of our Learn Kind program.