K-12 Remote Learning Resources
Tools for teachers, principals, and administrators
As educators across the country prepare for a first-ever virtual back-to-school, simple tools and clear guidance will make the difference — empowering teachers, reducing parent stress, and ensuring kids get the engaging, supportive, whole-child education they deserve, even in this extraordinarily challenging time.
Informed by our own remote learning efforts this spring, along with plans to take those efforts to the next level for our 20,000 K-12 scholars and their families this fall, the resources here represent our best thinking so far on how to unleash joyful, challenging teaching and learning, even from behind a screen.
We’ll continue to evolve and advance this thinking as we learn more in the weeks ahead, and will update and add to these resources accordingly. To be notified whenever a new resource goes live, sign-up here. If you have feedback or specific requests, reach out to our Robertson Center team. To engage live, check out our upcoming virtual events here.
Elementary School Schedules: Sample schedules for the elementary school level.
Middle School and High School Schedules: Sample schedules for the middle school and high school levels.
K-12 Best Practices for Live Remote Instruction: Guidance on preparation, presenting, student engagement, accountability, and scheduling flexibility
Preparing to Teach a Remote Lesson: A framework for planning to deliver big ideas, drive engagement, assess understanding, and build community
Apps to Support Live Instruction: Tools to engage students and emulate the in-classroom experience
Zoom Guide for K-12 Educators: Getting started, key features, video tutorials
Elementary School Classroom Community Building: Engaging the whole child in a virtual setting
Resources to Equip Parents as At-Home Helpers: Easy at-home strategies for reading, math, science and experiential learning
Guided Reading Goal Cards: Resource for Remote or On-Campus Instruction
Carry the One: A Parent’s Guide to Math Homework: A guide to supporting math learning at home
Content Prioritization Template: A template that will help you prioritize content to get the most out of the virtual learning day.
Looking for more resources?
Sign up here to be notified when new resources go live, or check out The Robertson Center, our hub for educators, program leaders, parents and other education changemakers. For free access to the building blocks of our curriculum, including our full K-8 literacy curriculum and middle school history program, visit the Success Academy Education Institute.