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Your Distance Learning Toolkit - EMODO has put together some resources to help you get started with distance learning.

An Introduction to teaching online with Edmodo - Connecting with students - tutorial

Teaching from home is going to require a different approach. This site provides tools for teachers to help them engage students.

Instructors and students alike are growing tired of the discussion board formula. Innovative approaches point to the potential for more meaningful online learning experiences by
creating good discussion boards

Tools for online study offer a wide range of functionality, from whiteboards, chatting, editing collaborative documents, to full capabilities of Learning Management System, and even gaming! Many of them are free, while others may cost users a small fee. Or they offer basic capabilities for free users, then add higher functionalities through paid options.

Cooperative and collaborative learning are not new concepts in the field of education. This website discusses the two concepts and provides tips on using both.

This is an online Teachers’ Guide to Global, Collaborative Teaching and Learning. This guide is an unbranded, user-driven resource for teachers looking for projects and resources to collaborate with other classes around the world.

Blogs may be great educational tools and they give students complete freedom to publish content on the web. This article helps teachers to effectively implement blogs into the classroom.

It is important that students to practice the skills in an authentic digital context so they can become good digital citizens who can contribute ethically, critically, and responsibly in online communities. This website provides tips for teaching theses skills.

SHAPE America has created a collection of resources for health and physical educators to help you continue to provide high-quality, standards-based lessons in an online environment.

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