Choosing Digital Content
Not sure where to begin in when choosing digital content for your students? Use these quick tips to  to make the best choice for your students.
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Communicating with Students
Need guidelines to communicate
with your students to support
remote learning? Follow these
steps to get started!
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G Suite - Google Apps
Curious what options you have available in Googe's G Suite to provide communicate and provide learning opportunities for students? Take a look at this quick summary of each of the apps for education! 
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Home Access
Looking for ways to provide internet access for your students? Take a look at this list of available options to help you get started!
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Hyperdocs
Curious how you could use hyperdocs to provide flexibility with content for students? Follow these steps to get started!
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Nearpod
Looking for a tool to provide interactive lessons for students? Nearpod gives you the ability to create teacher-LED or student-paced lessons. Follow these steps to get started!
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Tips for Teaching Remotely
Curious how to begin teaching remotely? Follow these tips to help you get started!
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ONLINE OPTIONS

G Suite

G Suite has many tools that can be utilized to create, collaborate and share content and resources online with students.

Hyperdocs

HyperDocs are digital lessons for students created for engaging, inquiry-based learning.

HyperDocs Lessons

HyperDocs Templates

Nearpod

A tool to create interactive lessons or choose lessons already created by other educators. Nearpod can be synchronized across all student devices.

 

Virtual Arkansas

Virtual Arkansas is the state's virtual school. Teacher-led or content only options available Grades 7-12

 

Wifi on the bus

One approach to provide students fast broadband while traveling on the bus. Park buses strategically at community locations in your district to provide students local internet access.

 

Zoom or other video

conferencing options

Easy and reliable cloud platforms can be used for video and audio conferencing. Platforms have tools for collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops,  telephones, and room systems.

OFFLINE OPTIONS

Google Docs, Sheets, Slides

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides have the ability to let you create, edit, and view files offline. For additional help visit http://bit.ly/OfflineGoogle.

Hyperdocs

HyperDocs are digital lessons for students created for engaging, inquiry-based learning. Many resources can be downloaded to devices or printed for offline use.

 

Nearpod

A tool to create interactive lessons or choose lessons already created by other educators. Nearpod can be saved as a pdf for students to access the lesson.

Submitting Assignments

Create a plan of action for offline students to submit assignments (i.e. mailing, dropoff location).