The trauma of the present COVID-19 pandemic has hit teachers hard and is further compounded with school closures happening across the country and the world. Now, more than ever, the focus to provide additional resources for teachers – and to expand those resources to include students, parents, and families for widespread adoption – is essential.
The COVID-19: Resilient Educator Toolkit equips teachers with actionable strategies and advice to use immediately for themselves and in working with and supporting children, parents, and families during these difficult times. Amidst chaos and through adversity, these rich teacher wellness and self-care resources can support and nurture teachers to become more resilient together.
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From SHARE Professional Development: The coronavirus has upended life for everyone. For teachers and students, the stress associated with this disease is compounded by suddenly moving their classrooms online.
As educators, we have overcome moments of crisis in the past by relying on one another, and we will do the same again. We at SHARE are helping in the following ways:
Teaching Through the Coronavirus Pandemic is a free 90-minute, self-paced course on the stresses and trauma specifically caused by responses to COVID-19, such as quarantine and social distancing. It also provides strategies to help teachers and their students remain strong during the pandemic – and beyond.
Educators across the world have been asked to teach online. Whether you’re a veteran teacher or just starting your practice, we’re here to help. Our free Guide to Teaching Online offers simple and practical tips as you recreate your learning environments in the digital setting.
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From SHARE Professional Development: Learning in the Time of Coronavirus is a multi-part video interview series where, in each episode, we interview folks with a unique perspective on how COVID-19 is affecting education across the world – and how we can keep learning in spite of it.
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Here’s our handpicked, curated selection of book titles that support and develop resilience. For your students, check out our Mini-Library of Resilience-Building Books for Children and Young Adults. And don’t forget to share the list with your fellow teachers, students, parents, and anyone else who may benefit from these great readings!