As schools across the United States implement and prepare for school closures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in their communities, I want to ensure that you know about the free, emergency support and virtual-learning classroom resources Britannica has made available to every school.
These curriculum-aligned, remote-learning enabled classroom resources are being leveraged by schools across the world who are grappling with shutdowns, conducting virtual lessons, and working to minimize the impact on students, families, and staff.
This support pack includes:
•Support for teachers including Virtual learning lesson starters (it’s a simple 3-step framework to help teachers transition their classroom lessons to virtual experiences)
•Live and updated webinar schedule
•Administrator toolkit w/ sample letters for teachers and parents along with support resources
•Parent support resources
Listserv Subject Line: Free Distance Learning Resources from Britannica!
Britannica Digital Learning has made curriculum-aligned, distance-learning resources available for free to every school in the U.S. grappling with COVID-19 related closures. Britannica LaunchPacks support virtual learning and independent study across topics covered in the K-12 science and social studies curricula. Your school can receive free access here.
As always, Britannica School subscribers have remote access too! If you aren’t sure how to access Britannica School remotely, please email Marie Giannola.