Idaho’s state run online school, the Idaho Digital Learning Alliance, is offering digital support to schools that are moving classrooms online in response to COVID-19.

The school is offering what it calls “eDay” resources, ranging from webinars for teachers to access to online textbooks.

An ongoing “eDays for teachers” webinar will help teachers navigate Google Meet as a digital classroom, and go over tools they can use  to interact with students.

The “Day in the Life” of a remote teacher webinar covers “recreating an average day in your face-to-face classroom,” and maintaining relationships and community in a remote setting.

IDLA is also hosting specialized webinars for administrators, tech directors and special education directors.

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