The COVID-19 virus has put schools across the world in an unprecedented position, requiring many to quickly transition from traditional, in-person education to an online experience. ArkansasIDEAS has created a learning path with our partners at LinkedIn Learning to identify courses that help explain teaching online – from leading practices in online teaching to EdTech tools like Canvas and collaboration software like Microsoft Teams.
As ArkansasIDEAS users, you have access to these courses (and hundreds of others) for free!
For more information on the learning path ArkansasIDEAS created, please click the Teaching Online button below.
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Preventing the Spread of Communicable Diseases: Sports Medicine for CoachesDue to the risk and exposure of communicable diseases in athletics, there is an increased likelihood of the spread of infectious diseases in our schools’ competitive sports programs, typically through skin-to-skin contact and shared infected equipment.
Economics U$A: Macroeconomics - Boom and BustFrom the beginning of the twentieth century through present day, America has been on an economic roller-coaster ride from boom to bust and back again. Economics U$A: Macroeconomics - Boom and Bust is the sixteenth unit in a twenty-eight part series that begins a discussion of both microeconomics and macroeconomics. The stories in this unit reveal how evolving economic theories have led to an explanation of business cycles.
In Search of ArkansasThe Encyclopedia of Arkansas, sponsored by the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS), is a helpful research tool for teachers and students. In Search of Arkansas takes a look at how to navigate the historical database. Ms. Ali Welky, Assistant Editor of the CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas (EoA), discusses the site's features and offers some suggestions for getting the most out of the EoA.
Portraits of Courage: The Story of Women's Suffrage in ArkansasPortraits of Courage explores women's suffrage in The Natural State, taking a unique look at some of the more influential Arkansas suffragists as well as some of the national figures who inspired their fight.
Disciplinary Literacy in English Language ArtsUtilizing the Annenberg Learner videos, ArkansasIDEAS provides a wealth of resources for these lessons, including videos and other materials which may be used in the classroom with students.
ArkACRAO Articulation WorkshopWe know that the start of this academic year looks a little different and may have brought some challenges. We as an organization want to make sure that we still provide information regarding any and all state updates. We also wanted to share all the wonderful things happening at institutions around Arkansas and our bordering states.
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