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Remote Learning Resources

Direct instruction can be adapted to remote learning for students with learning needs! Find out how you can help all students work in a remote environment by exploring our webinars and a curated list of resources prepared by our qualified educational specialists.

Webinars from Gateways

For Parents: Supporting Your Child in Remote Learning

As many schools move towards a remote or hybrid model for the fall, parents may be seeking guidance on how they can best support their children when they’re learning from home.

For Educators: Effective Practices for Supporting Diverse Learners Remotely

Religious school educators can use these strategies and tools to ensure that your remote learning program remains accessible and meaningful to your students with diverse learning needs.

Downloadable Remote Learning Resources

COVID-19 Information by and for People with Disabilities

From the Self-Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center (SARTAC), this booklet for older children and adults explains COVID-19 and what safety measures people can take.

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Guidelines

For students who are deaf and hard of hearing, access to online video instruction poses significant challenges. Remember, a teacher’s voice can be heard, but may be difficult to understand.

How Are You Feeling?

This visual for an emotional check-in is a way to help your family communicate more easily about their feelings and mental health. During an uncertain time when people are experiencing strong feelings, it is more important than ever to help children to identify what they are feeling, express those feelings appropriately, and seek out emotional support from the people who care about them.

Expected Behaviors

A visual like this allows students to have the rules right in front of them. If you are an educator, think of ways to display this for families that do not have printers at home.

Show and Tell Reaction Cards

A way to communicate in the moment silently, without chatting.

How Present Are You Right Now?

A self-monitoring scale for students.

Sample Asynchronous Learning Bingo

Bingo boards can help keep students engaged in asynchronous learning. This sample bingo board comes from a unit about Israel.

Independent Work Checklist

Visual aid to help students center themselves in their learning space.