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Here are the Learning Office’s favorite articles, webinars, and videos for the week:
- Do you want to make a cool Virtual Classroom for your students to visit? Check out these steps offered by HelloTeacherLady on creating a Virtual Bitmoji Scene. And check out Mrs. Hoy’s classroom on Twitter.
- The Inquiry Educator’s Summit from May 16-17 will be virtual and is stacking quite the line up of educators. Best of all, it’ll be FREE!
- Chapters International is hosting a free webinar with internationally-recognized experts in the teaching of reading and writing Kathy Collins, Matt Glover, Carl Anderson and Dan Feigelson - Teaching Reading and Writing Today.
- The shift in data analysis mathematics courses is fast approaching. Until then, The Investigations Center for Curriculum and Professional Development provides some helpful activities for K-5 in Working with Data.
- Check this NY Times article to read kids’ comments about learning from home.
- Here are 19 Webcomics to keep kids and teens engaged.
- Daniel Radcliffe reads Chapter 1 of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone. More chapters to come!
- John Krasinski does it again! Some Good News - (Episode 6)
- The Lorax rapped brilliantly by Wes Tank.
- Who have you become? Quarantine Stereotypes by DudePerfect
- The British Business Association shared a comprehensive list of free or discounted resources to help students, parents, universities and training providers during Covid-19. (Thanks to Sylvia Hayles for sharing)
- For those on Facebook, check out the group Global Educator Collective. There are now over 128,000 members all tackling distance learning and sharing resources.