Remote Learning Tips

Remote Learning NYCDOE

Here are some tutorials to help with remote learning.

Google Classroom set up for Teachers. (Number one issue students and parents encounter when joining Google Classroom is students or parents being in their personal Gmail and not the Google Suite account from the school. Click the profile icon and change to school account.)

Have Google Forms grade quizzes for you.

Easily create how-to videos with Screencastomatic

Mini Videos on Google Classroom Tips and Tricks

Making a PDF Editable on Google Classroom

If your school has Brainpop integrated into Google accounts. If not, have your admin add it in the Google Admin Console. Integrate with G Suite for Education – BrainPOP Help Center

NYCDOE Remote Device Request form

Click here


Create interactive presentations, workshops, and meetings with Mentimeter.

Easy-to-use presentation software for leaders, educators, and speakers that’s interactive, engaging and fun

Discovery Education

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Learn how to support your use of Discovery Education using Google Classroom to engage and foster students’ 21st century skills. Have a Discovery Education …

Khan Academy

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Feb 20, 2020 – To share, find the Share to Google Classroom button, which is currently available for all videos and articles on Khan Academy. Clicking on this …

SMART Software

We have put the following resources together, please note that any school that is closed due to the virus SMART is offering their SMART Learning Online platform for free.

Using SMART with Google


TEACHER EDITION MARCH 17, 2020 Whether you are still at school or teaching remotely, Newsela is providing free access to Newsela ELA, Newsela Social Studies, Newsela Science and the Newsela SEL Collection to support and prepare for a time of distance learning.

You can learn more about this opportunity and how to get free access here.

In this week’s newsletter we are sharing our Remote Teaching Toolkit including daily webinars to help answer your questions and support your COVID-19 transition planning.

Finally, if you the teacher, parent or student, want to earn some other new skills or programs, check out my video tutorials here

2 thoughts on “Remote Learning Tips

  1. So helpful Mr. P.! You taught my Matthew well he has been our Tech Mustang through this entire process. As a parent and an educator these tips are EXCELLENT!

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