For many K–12 schools, distance learning wasn’t even on the radar a year ago. But now, as students and educators are spending more time online out of necessity, they need resources to help make e-learning a success.
Teachers need new tools to help them communicate course materials and manage the classroom. Students need to be empowered to communicate with teachers and classmates. Parents need to be kept in the loop.
The struggles with remote learning are well documented, making it crucial for educators and families to find reliable resources to sort it all out. Google for Education has numerous options, such as one pagers and videos that specifically address remote learning and hybrid instruction. Those offerings include Teach from Anywhere, an initiative that includes free, secure tools such as video tutorials that explain how to use Google apps and relevant features. The tech giant also has resources to help ensure K–12 success in remote, in-person and hybrid settings.