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General Online Learning Resources For Diverse Learners (All Or Multiple Content Areas)

Discovery Education: Virtual field trips are available to take our students anywhere they want to go in the world through the discovery. No permission slips required. The virtual events let students go to amazing places and give them remarkable experiences without ever leaving their home or classroom.

  • Khan Academy (which is also available for students who need content instruction in Spanish https://es.khanacademy.org/)
  • Audible: For as long as schools are closed, audible is open. Starting today, all stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It's that easy.
  • The International Children’s Digital Library has books in various languages that students can read to themselves.
  • SketchUp: In order to provide uninterrupted SketchUp access to the unprecedented numbers of students and teachers now working/studying from home, we have implemented some temporary changes to the way students can access SketchUp.
  • Brainpop: Free resources and tools that develop critical, computational, and creative thinking skills across the curriculum, especially for younger children. Available in Spanish, French, and English.
  • Listenwise: Supports listening comprehension with stories and non-fiction in English language arts, social studies and science. Subscriptions are free.
  • Newsela: Digital subscriptions for free in English language arts, social science, and science and supports social emotional learning.
  • Scholastic Learn at Home: General videos and learning activities.
  • TechforLearners.org: Searchable database of education technology tools that facilitate online classrooms and teaching, allowing educators to search for free and discounted tools and services by grade level, product type, and subject matter. The site will soon include additional resources for parents and students.
  • WatchKnowLearn: Free educational videos in all content areas.

  • Resources for Students with Disabilities*
    • Family Resource Toolbox for Families with Children with Disabilities: U.S. Department of Education (USED) issued a fact sheet clarifying that schools must continue to provide a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) to students with disabilities while protecting the health and safety of students, educators, and service providers. In these extraordinary circumstances, special education services will be provided differently than they are when school buildings are open and fully operational. Remote special education services should start immediately. You do not need to provide consent for remote services to begin. You should receive a plan about how the school will provide remote services, which is located on our Remote Learning Webpage. .
    • WestEd: This website contains Covid-19 Resource Hub for Supporting Students with Disabilities and is aimed at improving outcomes for children with Disabilities.
    • Padlet: Make beautiful boards, documents, and webpages that are easy to read and fun to contribute to.
    • Audible: For as long as schools are closed, audible is open. Starting today, all stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It's that easy.

    *To obtain more detailed resources for learning opportunities in special education, please check out our Student Services Webpage.