*BEING UPDATED CONSTANTLY*
Various links below.
What to do:
- As the English government has placed all schools into lockdown again from today till February half term at the earliest.
- Wales, are currently teaching remotely till the 18th of January at the moment.
- Scotland have moved to remote teaching till February.
- Northern Ireland has also extended its schools remote teaching provision.
Therefore below are some resources/threads I have collated for you to use to support with Remote Learning. (Just click on the embedded tweet or the hyperlinks to be directed to the relevant information/site/page.)
- Here is a post on some ideas to set students which are offline tasks. (Also includes a Padlet of some amazing resources)
- A post on how to record voice over a PowerPoint and how to use Loom- click here
If anyone wants a step by step picture guide to filming live lessons on Teams, setting work on assignments using OneNote and marking work, I have a document I made for our staff which I am happy to share.
— Abbey 🌻 (@abi_snail1) January 5, 2021
A thread about virtual/remote/online learning. This will be written up into a blog soon…
— Amjad Ali (@ASTsupportAAli) December 30, 2020
We’ve just had a huddle here at @TeacherDevTrust charity and we’re releasing some of our paid-for content for free during this period of remote-schooling. Three free videos here at https://t.co/JmLHBQlQxY
— David Weston FCCT (@informed_edu) January 4, 2021
From Sept 20 – Jun 21, we’ll be facilitating a series of courageous conversations about race. Ahead of these events to encourage dialogue, we’ve started to collate videos & reading to prompt reflection.https://t.co/zYAHaQyDY8@dee_delo @DominiChoudhury Aleisha Lewis and @dkgill pic.twitter.com/lYZFvSvBUo
— #BAMEed Network (@BAMEedNetwork) August 25, 2020
With schools again moving to remote learning, we are here to support with a range of FREE resources for your whole-school community https://t.co/417dwsQwjL
— Optimus Education (@OptimusEd) January 5, 2021
Online learning website recommendations please!
• BBC Bitesize
• Oak Academy
• Once Upon a Picture
• Twinkl (of course 😉)
• White Rose (subscription required?)
• TTRS (subscription required)
— Miss H. Y3 RQT (@miss_y3) January 3, 2021
Following the Scottish and Welsh announcements and ahead of tonight’s briefing we send all art educators solidarity and strength. Adapting to fast changing policies you have been awesome – reviewing and collating these remote art learning resources 🙏: https://t.co/gGOXYAl7SP pic.twitter.com/Sxiaaj65fu
— NSEAD (@NSEAD1) January 4, 2021
As we enter another lockdown and return to remote learning for many, I’ve pulled together loads of free resources on my blog at https://t.co/NbOSUzU0qj
— Matt Bromley (@mj_bromley) January 5, 2021
Careers Leaders – here is link @CareerEnt resources to support remote learning. All can be split flexibly into independent tasks. Contact your Ent Coord NOW for local support. Take opportunity to support curric colleagues & offer essential careers learning https://t.co/kuxaLnVVgw
— Nicola Hall (@Careers_Hall) January 5, 2021
Please help me spread far and wide again!
Starting THIS week! I’ll be recording and sharing FREE videos again (like I did in March) of home learning activities for primary level kids on my YouTube channel
— SEN Resources Blog (@senresourceblog) January 4, 2021
— Daniel Martin (@dlmartin85) January 5, 2021
[1/4] Whether you’ve been teaching in classrooms or remotely, well done for rising to the challenges once again today. Here’s a reminder of the resources we’ve produced recently to help schools support pupils while learning from home.
— Ambition Institute (@Ambition_Inst) January 4, 2021
Science Teachers! With remote learning on the horizon, here is a short thread with some useful free resources. Please read to the end and make sure to share widely – we need to help each other.
— Adam Boxer (@adamboxer1) December 30, 2020
These could work as online assemblies. Easy to record voiceovers on top. I know it isn’t much but just trying to help in a small way. There’s a mixture of artworks throughout time with a little bit of art history and some reflective questions.
— Emma Cate (@emmccatt) December 31, 2020
Remote English lesson resources/schemes available here: https://t.co/xkTIcoerTq.
Students/teachers can access free & without a login.
– Power & Conflict
– KS3 Poetry
– KS3 Creative Writing
– KS3 Vic Lit
Feedback welcome.#remotelearning @Team_English1
— Rhiannon Walls (@rhiannonbeth1) January 2, 2021
Here’s a folder of all the resources I made for remote learning in the 1st lockdown with some extras. Includes KS3/4 work & is suitable for independent learning and/or live lessons. Use/chuck as appropriate & hopefully it’ll save time! 👉🏻 https://t.co/ylRlBKzbRh @Team_English1
— Stuart Pryke (@SPryke2) December 31, 2020
MFL teachers, let’s help and support each other with remote learning! Here is a list of some free resources, videos, activities to use. Please keep adding to the list and sharing! #mfltwitterati 🇫🇷🇪🇸🇩🇪🇩🇪💻👩🏻🏫⬇️⬇️⬇️
— Ludi Jones (@ludi_jones) December 31, 2020
We’ve decided to make https://t.co/HssTVXLYTg FREE until Feb half term. Email email@example.com & we’ll set your school up asap.
🧡 10,000 online questions
🧡 200 online quizzes
🧡 + create your own online activities
Please RT & share with teachers that might be interested. pic.twitter.com/mwwbZQh8NX
— Maths .co.uk – Primary Maths Assessments Online (@primarymaths) January 2, 2021
This is a Google site of resources for starting online learning I curated at the start of the year to help staff transition to remote teaching- https://t.co/wINLqtxDLe . I hope it might be of help to some people. #onted #ontedonline
— MrsLyonsLibrary (@mrslyonslibrary) January 3, 2021
A thread on teaching live lessons using @MicrosoftTeams Meet Now function where students follow their normal timetable except online – will go into more detail on every point in a blog post later. Have used Teams for live teaching have supported over 100 live lessons since March
— Elaine Hayes MCCT #MIEExpert ☘ (@e_hayes12) January 2, 2021