With so much uncertainty about the 2020–2021 school year due to the coronavirus pandemic, one fact remains: The skills and resources that reflective, dedicated teachers need to navigate remote, hybrid, and face-to-face learning environments are plentiful — and ever-evolving.

Start your school year with relevant resources for your classroom and your families. All the options provide support for the shift to blended or fully remote instruction as well as for the many other challenges of teaching during the coronavirus pandemic.

Join as NEW resources are shared to help you plan for back to school:

1. Establish a classroom culture of digital citizenship for distance learning.
2. Set up an effective virtual learning environment with top tools for communicating and messaging, facilitating discussion, assessing learning, delivering lessons, and more.
3. Discover apps, curriculum, resources, and support to help build great learning experiences wherever you are.
4. New Professional development: engagement strategies for the PreK-12 classroom, resources for teaching in an election year, social and emotional learning resources, and social and cultural literacy resources for the classroom.

Who Should Attend: Administrators, educators PreK-12, counselors, librarians, instructional coaches