Google has created Teach From Home which is a temporary hub of information and tools to help teachers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. This hub of resources includes information on how to get started with your online classroom, provides tech support, as well as information on approaches that other teachers are taking.
COVID-19 Oklahoma Educational Resources
TEDNA has created a resource document to support our communities and Education Specialists during the Coronavirus pandemic and throughout any prolonged school closures. It is maintained by Tribal Education Departments National Assembly, but as you will see, many of the resources were shared/created by external organizations and partners.
This document includes information on
- Moving your classes to an online platform
- Internet and online platform access
- Teaching and talking about the Coronavirus
- Academic Learning Resources
The Sovereign Community School Needs Your Support
The Sovereign Community School Foundation is seeking $250,000 to support distance learning through May 2020 and to meet a budget shortfall for the 2020-2021 school year.
Sovereign Community School has shown indigenized education practices and culturally relevant teaching works for Native students. In the first year, the students have demonstrated a 300 percent growth per NWEA State Assessments. Indigenous educators, relatable curriculum, and a caring community have been central to the success of Sovereign Community School. It is the only place in Oklahoma where Native students have a safe place to be exactly who they were created to be. The enrollment numbers for next year already show a significant increase and the Foundation’s goal is to make this incredible experience available to more indigenous youth.
Please make a donation to help the fledgling school continue and expand to serve more Native students.
Speaking Up Against Racism Around The New Coronavirus
When reports of this novel virus—first detected in China in December—started spreading to other countries, racialized fear began to manifest in public discourse.
Since the virus began to spread, people who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander (AAPI) have been subjected to racist comments and jokes online or in person, and to isolating behavior from those who are afraid of catching the virus.
Times like these remind us that we must continuously disrupt and address issues of hate and bias, which often find their way into schools.
A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Through Coronavirus
Experts from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network share their recommendations for educators supporting students during the COVID-19 crisis.
Teaching Through Coronavirus: What Educators Need Right Now
We asked educators what they need, and we listened. We hope this message—and these resources—offer some help.