April 19, 2020
The novel coronavirus is changing the way we teach, and TeachersFirst is ready to help. Our upcoming issues are full of the same great resources you’ve come to expect—and new ideas on how to use them in the era of distance learning. View our Public Health Crises Collection >>
Math Collections for All Ages
Whether you’re looking for a math tutorial or an interactive tool to use for review, find the perfect resource to share with students learning math in the classroom or at home.
Engage Your Youngest Learners
Teaching young students remotely can be a challenge, especially for subjects like math. Use these resources to help students engage with the material and provide meaningful assessments to keep them on track.
April is National Financial Literacy Month, and we’ve curated a list of resources for a wide range of grade levels to help you teach students about spending, saving, and investing.
This Week at TeachersFirst
Join us on Tuesday for our next virtual workshop on advanced searches on Google, read our blog post and Twitter chat archive about teaching math remotely, and don’t forget to give your input in our weekly poll!
New strategies & ideas for the digital classroom
If you missed last week's Twitter chat about fostering reading and math engagement online, check out the archive for some innovative ways to incorporate technology in your lessons.
Infusing Technology Blog
In a recent blog post, we talked about using technology for virtual and in-school math groups. Read all about these timely math solutions to use in remote learning situations or adapt them for in-school use.
Share your thoughts
This week our poll asks: Are you required to teach online during school closures? This could mean online meetings, virtual office hours, or offering content asynchronously using the Internet to connect with students.
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