The Arkansas Co-Teaching Project is doing its best to ensure that teachers and parents have the resources they need to be successful. We have compiled some information and educational resources for you below that we think may be helpful in navigating in the virtual world.
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Online Co-Teaching Using the 6 Instructional Formats
Please watch this Zoom recording with helpful tips for co-teaching online. This video is brought to you by the Arkansas Co-Teaching Project, featuring our very own Debbie Fleming and Debbie Byers.
Podcast with Dr. Lisa Dieker: Co-Teaching in an Online Environment
“This session is filled with quick ideas to consider in your shift to online co-teaching.”
Resources from Dr. Lisa Dieker
Dr. Lisa Dieker’s Tagpacker site is brimming with useful resources for online learning.
ATiA maintains an ongoing list of free webinars in the ATiA Learning Center and resources you can use to learn relevant information and insight from your peers.
Educational Games for Kids
Practice typing skills and compete with friends https://play.typeracer.com/
Math Games for grade Pre-K – 8th Grade https://www.mathgames.com/
Geography games for K – 8th grade plus Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, and Pre-calculus https://www.playgeography.com/
National Geographic for Kids – Great resource for all ages https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/
Brain Pop – free access for everyone https://www.brainpop.com/
Fact Sheet: Service Children with Disabilities
COVID – 19 Guidance for Special Education Services in Arkansas and the FAQ.
This downloadable Ed.gov document covers timelines in special education that need to be addressed.
Knowre Math is an online core supplement for grades 1-12.
Online read-aloud and other resources are available at Growing Book by Book.