Coronavirus Resources for Educators and Parents

With the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, all of us are figuring out how to safely support children with meaningful interactions. Interactions matter now more than ever for educators, parents, children, and communities. We know that you’re likely facing some huge challenges. That’s why we’re happy to share these CLASS resources which we hope will be helpful.

Below you’ll find free myTeachstone resources, upcoming webinars, blog posts, guidance documents, and downloadable guides. We hope you will use these resources to learn about the importance of interactions, plan activities for children, and incorporate CLASS concepts into your daily routines.

Webinars

Join us for an upcoming webinar or watch a recording of a recent webinar as we discuss timely topics impacting educators and offer strategies and solutions.

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Webinars

Join us for an upcoming webinar or watch a recording of a recent webinar as we discuss timely topics impacting educators and offer strategies and solutions.

myTeachstone Learning Resources

Explore learning resources from our myTeachstone CLASS professional development platform. These free resources are available to support educators in a variety of roles.

Teachers can see exemplar videos of real classroom footage featuring high-quality interactions from each CLASS domain. Coaches will find tools to support distance coaching and digital learning. They can also share access to these resources with teachers. Parents can watch exceptional classroom interactions and reflect on how they might try out some of what they’re seeing at home.

To Access the Content: Follow the link below, click the Activate a Product Key button, and enter 5LMQ6ZQV23FNM56S

You will then need to create a username and password to access the courses. If you already have a myTeachstone account, simply login to your dashboard, click Activate a Product Key and enter the code above.

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Guidance Documents

See our latest guidance on how to observe interactions in the classroom.

Blog Posts

Feel feel free to share these helpful resources with your students' parents.

Additional Resources

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