Virtual Learning Guide



During this time of uncertainty, we want to do everything we can to support a smooth transition to digital learning for your student(s). Below, please find a curation of free recommended resources across many subject areas. Many are organized by user age ranges, when relevant. In addition, please check out our Pinterest page for even more tips and tools as well as Common Sense Media for coverage and resources for families during this difficult time.


Here are a few best practices for virtual tutoring sessions:


  1. Be fully present and request that students do the same (i.e. find a quiet space free from distractions, use headphones, have an adult/caretaker be present during sessions for elementary-age students etc.).

  2. Set clear expectations from the get-go and pre-plan breaks.

  3. Conduct constant checks for knowledge to ensure understanding.

  4. Ask for feedback from students regarding what methods/resources are most helpful and what needs to be tweaked to maximize learning.


Video Conferencing / Distance Learning Platforms & Tools


Curriculum Resources


Reading Resources

Elementary:

Middle & High School:


Writing Resources


Math Resources

Elementary:

Middle & High School:

All Grades:


Foreign Language Resources


Science & Social Science Resources


Technology Resources

Typing:


Coding:


Virtual Museum Resources


Miscellaneous Resources


Movement Resources


Mindfulness/Meditation Resources


~Dana Musulin

Director, Hayutin & Associates

Hayutin & Associates

Tel: 310.829.7505

Fax: 310.829.7514

2500 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 100

Santa Monica, CA 90404

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