at-home instructional supportCurated by Region 10 ESC Personnel
This site: bit.ly/R10remote
Region 10 is committed to supporting your transition to at-home instruction. We have curated PK-12 content-area resources organized into nine-weeks of instruction. They can be printed or delivered digitally (with or without an internet connection).
As time progresses, we will be adding additional resources and existing materials will be updated on a regular basis. If you have specific needs or requests, please complete this form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
LEA At-Home Instructional Support Plans
The plans below are posted with permission from the LEAs as a model or guide to assist other districts. Please do not modify or change these documents in any way without express permission from the authoring school district.
English Learner (EL) Support:
MTSS for Administrators...Coming soon!
School Improvement Updates...Coming soon!
Teachers and other educators
Remote learning does not mean doing the same thing as in a face-to-face class.
Stick with whatever platform you're currently using, whether it's email/text, Google Classroom, Seesaw, Canvas, Facebook, Microsoft Teams, etc.
Address SEL needs by sharing a quick "Hello" video several times a week.
Reduce the workload by at least half.
Create opportunities for synchronous meetings, plus share instructions/teach-pieces that can be viewed asynchronously.
Deadlines should be very flexible.
When possible, provide individual feedback to students.
Create as many offline learning opportunities as possible.
Digital Experience Calendar Curated by Jonathan Redeker
How Families Can Make the Most of School Closures, article by Katie Martin
Scholastic Learn at Home, activities sorted by grade levels
PBS Learning Media, Lessons and videos, aligned by grade-level and TEKS
Remote Learning Resources
Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely (Richard Byrne - PracticalEdTech.com)
Online Learning Tips for Teachers and Schools (interview with an American Teacher in China - ShakeUpLearning.com)
Online Learning Recommendations (The Reflective Educator)
Online Norms Graphic (UCSEA Singapore)
Ask Yourself, Why Am I Grading This (Catlin Tucker)
The Region 10 Print Center will continue to operate for our ISD’s and charters that need help through this trying time. We are prepared to print take home packets that your students without internet connections or technology might need. Region 10 can print the packets which will allow your teachers to focus on their students. The Print Center will offer b&w prints for $.02 or lower depending on volume during this time. Please contact the Print Center for help at firstname.lastname@example.org.