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Digital Learning Experiences: Websites teachers can use as they develop their lesson plans and/or are looking for enrichment ideas for their students.

Podcast - Episodes from our podcast, NHASCD Spotlight.

Professional Learning - Webinars Recordings and Articles: For teachers and administrators to educate themselves in pedagogy, instructional strategies, etc.

Please note these resources have not been individually vetted.

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100 People:  A World Portrait

Entire global neighborhood represented through photographs and stories, creating a multi-media traveling exhibition.

Tags: Elementary, Global Education, High School, Middle School, Social Studies

12 Museum Virtual Tours

Google Arts & Culture teamed up with over 500 museums/galleries around the world to bring everyone virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the works

Tags: Art, Elementary, English/Language Arts, High School, Middle School, Social Studies, Virtual Field Trip

15 Minute History

A history podcast devoted to short, accessible discussions of important topics in world history.

Tags: High School, Middle School, Social Studies

270 to Win

Interactive "history" of the electoral college that will engage students in both individual states and national trens right now and past elections

Tags: High School, Math, Middle School, Social Studies

4 Actions Leaders Can Take for Racial Equity

An ASCDExpress Article written by Nilda Irizarry and published in February 2020.
As leaders, we can carry the torch for equity by sharing the power to change our schools with our colleagues, our students, and their families.  

Tags: Building Justice & Equity, Equity and Diversity

5 Essential Trauma-Informed Practices for Remote Learning

An ASCD Article written by Debbie Zacarian, Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz, and Judie Haynes,  Published in April 2020.
As the COVID-19 pandemic upends communities worldwide, trauma-informed practices to support students who have experienced childhood trauma are more urgent than ever.

Tags: Social-Emotional Learning, Trauma-Informed Teaching

5 Tips for Successful SEL Implementation

An ASCDExpress Article written by Jennifer Roberts.  Published October 2018.
What does it mean to be a strong SEL leader? A principal provides her top tips for ushering in and sustaining a thriving SEL initiative.

Tags: Social-Emotional Learning

6 Steps to Effective SEL Assessment

An ASCD Article by Clark McKown.  Published October 2018.
Assessment provides clarity on student strengths and needs and is essential to guide instruction. That's why assessment is essential to SEL, and effective SEL assessment includes clarity on what you want to measure, why you want to measure it, selecting the right tool, and having a plan for discussing and acting on data.

Tags: Social-Emotional Learning

826 Digital

Teaching resources and student writing samples, as well as a series of lessons in social-emotional areas.

Tags: English/Language Arts, High School

A School Counselor Puts Social-Emotional Learning First

An ASCDExoress Article by Kaitlin Levesque.  Published October 2018.
Schools shouldn't always rely on teachers and staff to shepherd students through difficulties. SEL can supplement valuable one-on-one support by giving students the skills they need to overcome challenges.

Tags: Social-Emotional Learning