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Toolkit: Planning and Delivering Online Instruction During COVID-19 School Closures

To ensure continuity of learning during the current health crisis, closed school districts across the country are implementing distance learning plans and shifting instruction online. As districts make this shift, it is important to evaluate access gaps and provide the necessary support for students and teachers navigating a non-traditional learning environment.

At this juncture, it is most important that teachers do their best given the tools available to them and remember that, despite the isolation of teaching online, colleagues and school systems should still be available to provide support.  Understanding the implications of this new reality, Hanover Research has synthesized this toolkit to support teachers in adapting to online platforms and the novel considerations for planning, instruction, and assessment that accompany them.


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Develop effective online learning strategies for your administration

Before planning and delivering instruction in an online format, teachers should identify and understand the capabilities of the resources and technologies they use to support online instruction, either through a subscription purchased by their school or through open educational resources.

Download this toolkit to provide strategies and resources to assist teachers who may be new to online teaching, as well as those with past experience.

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