At-home K-12 Schooling Resource
Here in the School of Education (SOE) at UNC Greensboro, we recognize that these are unprecedented times. As K-12 schools throughout North Carolina close through the end of March to prevent the spread of COVID-19, new complex challenges have risen for K-12 students, parents, and guardians.
The first priority of our SOE Faculty and Staff is delivering a first-rate education, and so we have pulled together our experience, expertise, and good intentions to share resources, at-home learning tips, and advice.
We encourage you to read, share, and check back frequently for new information.
General Subject Area Resources
|BrainPop, Jr.||Interactive, cross curricular digital learning content for K-3 students.|
|IXL Comprehensive Learning||Interactive content specific lessons in math, language, science, and social studies for K-12.|
|CK-12 Foundation||Interactive, engaging content in a variety of subjects for K-12 students.|
|Freckle||Online digital learning content for Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science. Sign up for a free account.|
|Khan Academy Daily Schedules||Sample daily learning schedules for K-12 students.|
|Khan Academy Additional Resources||Check out these resources and parent guides for at-home learning.|
|Go Open NC||Free, online resource bank of activities, lessons, etc. organized by grade level, subject and NC standard.|
|Kids Discover Online||Access Kids Discover’s award-winning library of science and social studies material on any device, at any time.|
|NC Teachers of the Year/|
Regional TOYS Instructional Videos
|These video lessons are created by state and regional NC Teachers of the Year. On Monday, March 16, the TOY cohorts will begin rolling out instructional videos on Morris’ YouTube channel. At 9 a.m. each day, an elementary lesson (grades K-5) will be posted, and then at 9:30 a.m. each day, a secondary lesson (grades 6-12) will be posted.|
|PBS Kids Programming and |
Education Resources and Games
|Enter your email address and watch your inbox for a guide to free ETV KIDS reading activities, games, party themes, lessons, and more from the most trusted name in educational programming on TV.|
To review our full list of resources, and find specific resources by subject area, please see our Remote Learning Resources for Students & Families Google spreadsheet.