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Teaching from Home: Government Resources Can Take You from Stressed Out Parent to Best Teacher of the Year Status

Title: Teaching from Home: Government Resources Can Take You from Stressed Out Parent to Best Teacher of the Year Status

Speakers:

  • Jane Canfield, Coordinator of Federal Documents, Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
  • Kelly Seifert, Strategic Communications Coordinator, Library Services and Content Management, GPO

Description:

    Are you teaching from home and working at the same time? Do you need resources for summer fun and for online classes in the fall? This webinar offers some facts about teaching at home in the age of COVID-19 and cover Federal Government resources along with some state and local resources that provide help for pre-school through 12th grade. Some resources in languages other than English will be covered. Information sites presented will include NOAA, NASA, USGS, and the Department of Education. Special emphasis is given to presenting Ben’s Guide To the U.S. Government, which offers educational resources on all aspects of U.S. Government for a variety of age groups. Finally, there are tips from real parents who are teaching and working from home.

Duration: 69 minutes

Date Recorded: 8/11/2020

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