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This choice board offers mini-lessons on each digital tool. Choose your own adventure! The first screen will ask you to enter your name to join the lesson.
Great digital citizenship resource for schools and educators to share with families.
These Common Sense Media resources for schools include presentation slides, handouts and guides so educators can share information about Digital Literacy at Family Nights.
Try these ELA / Literacy resources and activities, sorted by grade level. Wonderful resource!
Translation Library from Harvard University Center on the Developing Child
A "choice board" PDF of links to digital tools to engage families and students.
What is a "family friendly walk-through?" Would your school benefit from having one? Learn more about this innovative program to make schools more family friendly and boost family engagement.
This Nearpod self-paced slideshow describes the stages of play and the importance of play for learning.
Learn about how to build positive relationships with students in this self-paced Nearpod lesson.
This Nearpod self-paced lesson gives tips for how to stay healthy during flu season.
This professional development self-paced Nearpod slideshow will help adults learn how to manage their own digital identity, so they can help children and teenagers with theirs.
Learn about resources for using digital tools for family engagement and student engagement in this self-paced Nearpod lesson presented at South Dakota's 2019 Title I Conference.
Research states the classroom teacher is the single most significant contributor to student achievement. This course provides an opportunity for teachers to study and apply the seven high-impact mindsets necessary to reach not just students from poverty but from all socioeconomic groups. Becoming equipped with these mindsets holds the potential for teachers to make a profound difference in the lives of all students, not just those from poverty.
When schools engage parents and families, students do better at school. Earn one credit while exploring the SD DOE Toolkit for Engaging Parents and Families, reflecting on evidence-based best practices, and identifying strategies that are immediately relevant for you.
The trauma-informed practices training is ideal for people who work directly with children and youth everyday, like teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, administrators, secretaries, and childcare providers.
Research by Harvard University professor Karen L. Mapp and others shows that when families are engaged at their child’s school, students are more successful. A critical step toward higher family engagement is to establish a welcoming environment.