Sonoma County Office of Education

Tools For Online Teaching / Learning / Collaboration

Tools and Tips for Engaging Students with Asynchronous Discussions

Llst of Tools to Help Students Build Online Pesentations.

Screencast-o-matic

https://screencast-o-matic.com/

screen casting allows one to record their screen. This site includes video editing and hosting.

STANFORD: CIVIC ONLINE REASONING

https://cor.stanford.edu

Free online curriculum for teaching digital literacy.

Resource

Brief Description

  • Find resources, background information, and discussion guidance on
  • the history and context of the Black Lives Matter movement with the book: I Am Alfonso Jones by Tony Medina.
  • Facilitate discussions of racial disparity in the criminal justice system with The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander.
  • Pair this video book trailer with these discussion questions for When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele
  • This site lists movies to help you teach about Black Lives Matter and other social justice issues.
  • Includes a list of the best podcasts for teens;
  • resources for understanding climate change
  • history of pandemics

Teaching People's History

https://www.zinnedproject.org

The Zin Project turns your history teaching upside down give it a shot.

Some lessons:

  • 3rd Grade Climate Change
  • Tulsa Massacre
  • Constitutional Convention
  • more more more more more....

Stanford History Education Group

https://sheg.stanford.edu

Teaching history through primary sources asking questions examining history critically. Using images as document based questions DBQ-

15 Classroom Resources for discussing racism, policing, and protest:

blogs.edweek.org/teaching

A booklist of reading to help you discover your own bias; and move forward with your teaching.

Offers a newsletter that comes to your mailbox filled with teacher related information on a wide variety of topics.