IDLA Coronavirus Response Resources
Idaho Digital Learning Alliance will offer support to schools during closures due to Covid-19. The types of support that will be provided and how schools can sign up is outlined below.
Teacher Video Tutorials
- Designing Remote Lessons: Tutorial
- Five Tips for Connecting with Students While Teaching Remotely: Tutorial
- Google Talk and Comment Chrome Extension: Tutorial
- Trauma Informed Teaching: Tutorial
- Using CK-12 and Open Stax in Your Online Google Classroom: Tutorial
- Using IDLA Content in Google Classroom: Tutorial
- Using Loom in Your Online Classroom: Tutorial
- Whiteboard Tools: Chrome Extensions That Turn a Webpage into a Whiteboard: Tutorial
- Whiteboard Tools: Interactive Whiteboards for Live Sessions: Tutorial
- Whiteboard Tools: Pen Tools for Microsoft Word and PowerPoint: Tutorial
- Whiteboard Tools: Google Classroom App Annotation Grading Tool: Tutorial
- eDays for Teachers: Webinar | Slide Deck
- The Day in the Life of a Remote Teacher: Webinar | Slide Deck
- Site Coordinators & Paraprofessionals: Supporting Students Remotely: Webinar | Slide Deck
- How to Start Planning for an eDay Today: Webinar | Slide Deck
- Special Education Remote Teaching Webinar: Webinar
- Hosting Virtual Board and Team Meetings: Webinar | Slide Deck | Step-by-step Process
IDLA will provide access to internally created online textbook content for districts and charters for the duration of the closure. This content is created to Idaho Standards and targeted at grades 7-12. The content will include lesson objectives, lesson content, videos with transcripts, and non-graded interactivities.
All IDLA content contains accessibility features including a built-in screen reader, alt-tags for all images, video/audio transcripts, closed captions, and alternate activities for students who can only use a keyboard.
Virtual Board Meetings
In conjunction with the Idaho School Boards Association (ISBA) IDLA we will be providing training material for hosting virtual board meetings.
IDLA offers flexible solutions for students wishing to complete coursework fully online. These courses are created and taught by Idaho teachers to Idaho content standards.
Flex courses offer open enrollment, and students have the ability to progress through content at their own pace. Students are added to the course quickly after registration, and can begin their course within 24 hours of signing up. Students also have the ability to test out of content they already know. IDLA Flex Course
Custom sections are tailored to support a school’s unique needs, and timelines. Created for school districts who have groups of more than 12 students enrolling in a single course, they follow the local district’s schedule. Students move through content along with their peers. Contact edaySupport@idahodigtiallearning.org for questions on custom sections for your district. IDLA Course Catalog
For any other requests or custom solutions needed to meet the unique needs that your school or district are in, please send your request to edaySupport@idahodigitallearning.org
We’ve curated our favorite resources. Still in need of additional information? Check out the Resource Levels below.
- Getting Started with Remote Learning
- 10 Strategies for Leading Online when School is Closed
- School Closure Learning Continuity Readiness Rubric
Parent Directed Learning
- Example Resources from CDA
- Internet Resources
- National Emergency Library
- Sparklight: Opens Hotspots | Low Cost Internet
Teacher Directed Distance Learning
- How Bishop Kelly handles attendance, coordination, and assignments using a google sheet for eDays
- The Quick and Easy Way to Make an Online School – A presentation that shows the steps you need do this using tools that cost nothing if you’re a Google Suite School.
- Resources list from IDLA Teachers
Interactive Teacher Directed Distance Learning
- Quality Matters Emergency Toolkit for Remote Instruction