Resources 
Virtual Learning 
Mental Health

Creating Authentic Learning Experiences at Home

 

Katie Martin invites parents and families to consider moments when they’ve had powerful learning experiences (no matter the setting) and how it can open their imaginations to what’s possible inside our homes.

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Digital Resources for Overwhelmed Parents 


Digital learning provides a list of online digital learning resources for parents overwhelmed by the shift to at home learning during Covid-19.

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28 Days of STEM Activities and STEAM Activities for Kids 


60+ Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math projects that will get young people excited about learning.

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Arcademics (Ages 5-11)


Arcademics combines the excitement of video games with educational content.

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HippoCampus


7,000 free videos across 13 subjects.

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A Parent’s Guide to Virtual Learning: 4 Actions to Improve Your Child’s Experience With Online Learning (National Center for Learning Disabilities)


The NCLD strongly believes that learners with disabilities can be served effectively in online settings. They’ve created a resource for parents and families that show the best practices to serve children with disabilities in this new environment.

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Creative Ways to Engage Special Education Students (St. Joseph’s University)
 

Examples of creative ideas to improve engagement with young learners who have mental and/or physical disabilities.

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How to Cope With an Anxious Child | Anxiety in Children

How to respect feelings without empowering fears. 

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Dealing with ADHD 

Learning how to cope and handle ADHD

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Sucide Prevention 

Knowing the signs and preventative measures of suicide 

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Bullying

Signs and different types of bullying 

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Eating Disorders 

Signs & ways of prevention of eating disorders for kids, teens, and parents

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