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Two English teachers in Los Angeles have launched a Facebook group, Distance Learning Educators, to help fellow educators collaborate and share resources amid remote instruction because of the pandemic. Group members include administrators, counselors, coaches, and department of education personnel.
The popular Wired Educator Podcast presents interviews with amazing educators and educational authors from around the world who share their stories to help teachers make a difference in the lives of their students.
Digital Promise and Verizon have teamed up to offer freetraining pathways for individual teachers that will lead them to educator microcredentials. Three pathways are currently available, with more to be offered later in the year.
In response to requests for recommendations of antibias children’s books, Social Justice Books has launched the Freedom Reads: Anti-Bias Book Talk video series. Each episode walks viewers through a synopsis of the book, relevant resources, and four to five key points from an antibias, critical literacy perspective.