Documents on Remote Learning & Response to COVID-19
Below, please find resources regarding the transition to remote learning. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns, and email email@example.com with any resources that might be of value to other CSA members.
Click here for student-facing materials created by Teaching Matters. Their organization has created online activities, aligned with NYCDOE curriculum, to help K-8 educators manage this transition. CSA and DOE are supportive of their efforts and the materials have been integrated into the google environment provided to teachers. If you would like support or discuss how to make their materials work in your school’s platforms, email Deputy Director Jane Condliffe at Condliffe@teachingmatters.org or call 212-870-3579.
Click here for a list of online learning resources compiled by TNTP.
Click here for a pdf of the webinar conducted for principals on March 13, 2020 on Citywide Guidance.
For your convenience, click here for School Leader SEL Resources provided by The Division for Climate and Wellness/OSYD. Click here for Early Childhood SEL Resources, here for Elementary SEL Resources, and here for Middle & High School SEL Resources.
Click here for a variety of resources shared by The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence for navigating through these unprecedented times.
If going to a doctor’s office concerns you at this time, EmblemHealth now offers a benefit called Teladoc to provide 24/7/365 access to doctors by phone or video. Visit member.teladoc.com/emblemhealth or call 800-835-2362. If you don’t need to see a doctor immediately, but have questions about your heath, there are licensed nurses available 24/7 at 877-444-7988.
Click here for EmblemHealth’s coronavirus webpage with answers to common questions and links to information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and New York State Department of Health.
For your convenience, click here for the FAQ document that the DOE developed to provide guidance on topics such as work rules, remote learning, timekeeping and payroll, absences, parent engagement, and facilities planning.
Click here for the “Joint Response Letter” sent by the DOE, CSA, and UFT to all school staff on March 16, 2020.
Click here for the final version of the DOE’s document entitled “Work from Home and Alternative Work Schedules Standard Operating Procedures”
Click here for a pdf of the webinar conducted for principals on March 17, 2020 entitled “Change Management Framework for NYCDOE’s Transition to Remote Teaching, Learning & School Support“
Click here for the final version of the DOE’s document entitled “Guidance and Expectations for Remote Learning in Response to COVID-19″
Click here for the Chancellor’s letter to families on March 19, 2020 regarding Regional Enrichment Centers.