Resources for Teaching Remotely • Supporting Students Through COVID-19
In this unprecedented time, it is important for us to share ideas of how to best help all of our students learn science from home. MnSTA has set up the following vehicles for networking and sharing lessons, websites, videos, and other resources to help you with distance learning.
Webinar May 12, 2020 Promising Practices for Science Distance Learning
MnSTA and MDE teamed together to present a webinar to over 150 educators around Minnesota titled "Promising Practices for Science Distance Learning". We worked together to share resources for distance learning in our current situation. If you missed the webinar, you can view a recording of it and the resources shared here.
Webinar Recording Webinar Resources Presentation Slides
The MnSTA board of directors invites you to share lessons that you have developed with other Minnesota teachers. The lessons may be digital (delivered online) or analog (for students without internet or computers). A sampling of exemplary lessons that follow the best practices standards and provide equitable access for all students will be highlighted in another list.
MnSTA has gathered links to websites that have simulations, videos, lesson plans, activities, and other resources that can be used for distance learning.
Screencast: Access and Inclusion in Online Science Education
The Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility working group of MnSTA developed a screencast to support teachers in online science education for all.
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Education Minnesota Resource Site
Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Resource Center