Digital Resources for Remote Learning

Wayland teachers must be signed into their school Google account to view some documents.

Faculty/Staff, to submit an IT ticket send an email to Provide as much detail as possible and restart your machine first before submitting.

Summer Professional Development Courses :

Visit the PD page to see the many learning opportunities being offered this summer.

Tools for Distance Learning

ES -Online Tools for Digital Learning
MS - Online Tools for Digtial Learning
HS -Online Tools for Digital Learning

Help Docs & Resources

Strategies for Online Learning When School is Closed

Accessing ClassLink on iPads

Classlink info for iPad login

Written Directions

iPad ClassLink_login.MP4

Video Directions

Seesaw Resources

Seesaw Tips - switch class/management.webm

How to switch Classrooms and manage teacher settings in Seesaw

Invite Families to Seesaw

WPS Playlists

Tip: Make a copy of the playlist to track your own progress

✴︎Zoom PD Playlist - make a copy to go through the material at your own pace

✴︎Zoom Teacher Academy: Watch it here (3 hr video) or

View the video by segments:

Zoom Breakout Rooms

LMS or Learning Hub

Seesaw - PD

Tools by Pedagogy

Collaborative discussions
Collaborative Whiteboards
Organizing & Presenting Content
Formative Assessments

Miscellaneous Resources

Downloading Your YouTube Videos
Uploading to Drive & Photos

Teachers: Check the list of approved software before creating student accounts. If a title is not listed, you may fill out a request form if we don't already have an approved tool that meets the purpose.

Creating and Sharing Videos
Video Tools and Tips
TextHelp PDF Viewer & Annotator Tool

Publishing Student Work

It is important to cultivate classroom culture, especially as we are navigating uncharted times during this school closure. Photos and videos can be an engaging and nurturing way to bring people together virtually. Please keep in mind the following best practices:

  • consult the annual publishing permissions list before posting student items (text, images or videos).

  • share with the closest circle of people possible to support the classroom and/or learning goals. It is important to protect privacy by not posting publicly.

  • If posting publicly to highlight student or team achievements, only use a student's first name and last initial.

Google Meet
Google Meet Breakout Rooms