Remote Learning Guidance & Resources

In these challenging times, how will we accelerate learning to ensure schools and districts can serve every child with rigor and equity, now and into the future?

TLA is committed to offering educators high-quality, implementable guidance based on where they are and where they need to go next in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The growing list of free resources and support services below will also help districts ensure personalized, mastery-based learning can happen anywhere, anytime.

Building Resilience in Education

To address the recent, dramatic shifts in the K-12 learning landscape, school leaders and teachers are adapting and developing approaches that are more flexible and personalized than ever before. Systems need to be redesigned with resilience in mind to ensure that schools and districts can serve every child with rigor and equity, now and into the future.

Today's One Thing

There are so many helpful remote learning resources and toolkits being shared right now, but teachers have reported feeling overwhelmed. We have been polling educators across the country and, based on those results, are releasing a weekly guide to help them focus on just one important idea or strategy at a time. This educator-driven series for teachers and leaders shares concrete resources, tools, and best practices for overcoming the challenges we face in shifting to remote, online, and distance learning.

Remote Professional Learning

The closure of schools has left many education leaders and support providers wondering how to provide high-quality professional learning to teachers online. In these challenging times, it is crucial to ensure educators are being supported in meaningful ways and provided with the right opportunities to further their learning and carry out their work effectively. This growing list of resources focuses on effective remote professional learning experiences.

Reach Out

We know this time has been challenging for practitioners and leaders alike, and we would love to hear from you. Email us with questions, comments, or resources you'd like to share, and follow TLA on Twitter to join the conversation and stay up-to-date with our latest learnings.