Coronavirus Resources and Lesson Plans
The coronavirus pandemic has touched everyone’s life in one way or another. Although educators, parents and students continue to struggle to adapt to new ways of going about our lives, communities have shown resilience and tenacity when it comes to meeting the challenges of tackling a global pandemic. Classrooms in three-quarters of the 100 largest school districts are now entirely online; what does this mean for students, teachers, school staff and parents?
As we continue to adjust to this new normal, Share My Lesson has curated this coronavirus resource collection to fit the evolving needs of both online and hybrid classrooms. Discover updated resources to help you understand what COVID-19 is, how it spreads and how to stay healthy. You will also find differentiated sections that address pressing topics such as self-care, distance learning, racism and xenophobia, supporting special populations, understanding current events and more. Find coronavirus lesson plans and resources like:
- 3 Things to Stop Doing Right Now: Pandemic Edition
- 25 Distance Learning Ideas from Teachers
- Teaching Complex Current Events and Supporting Student Well-Being
- How COVID-19 Disproportionately Affects People of Color
- How My Child’s Special Ed Teacher Helped Me Prepare for COVID-19
Coronavirus Resources and Distance Learning
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