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Digital Learning Tools
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Learn how to navigate Google Classroom.
Learn how to get started learning in Microsoft Teams.
Learn how to use the NYCDOE Zoom account.
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Get supports for you and your family in all nine DOE languages for access to remote learning.
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TECHNICAL ISSUES? TRY THESE LINKS.
Internet not working after July 31 st - here are the directions to fix the issue. After clicking the link, scroll down to Ensure Your Child's Internet Safety
NYCDOE DIIT HELPDESK : 718-935-5100 remote learning tech support ticket
NEED AN APP ON DOE IPAD CONTACT : email@example.com
LITERACY CORNER K- 2
Here are some literacy links for students
Read Write Think: http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/
New York Public Library: https://www.nypl.org/kids-tools-online
LITERACY CORNER 3 - 8
Book lists by reading level: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/collections/17-18/guided-reading-book-lists-by-level/
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LINKS AND MORE RESOURCES FOR LEARNING AT HOME
- Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (https://imaginationlibrary.com(Open external link)) is a book gifting program that mails free books to children from 0-5 years of age. Visit their website to register.
- Hooked on Reading (https://enrollments.earlymoments.com/gifting.aspx(Open external link)) is a site where you can find discounted subscription prices to books from Disney: Wonderful World of Reading including their Baby Einstein series as well as the Dr. Seuss & His Friends collection.
- National Center for Families Learning (www.familieslearning.org(Open external link)) has a website for families that includes many online guides and booklists for families
- Literacy Partners (www.Literacypartners.org(Open external link)) is an organization that works with families in New York City. They offer free classes for parents to develop their own literacy skills and for English learners, as well as donate books for children through their Books of their Own program.
- ThriftBooks (www.thriftbooks.com(Open external link)) is a discounted online used book seller. They have a range of books popular for all age ranges.
- New York Public Library. The New York Public Library (www.nypl.org(Open external link)), the Queens Library (www.queenslibrary.org(Open external link)) , and the Brooklyn Public Library (www.bklynlibrary.org(Open external link)) all offer books for all ages of children, as well as many celebrations and cultural events for the whole family. If needed, ask about the library’s policy for waiving late fees for children who returned books late or did not return books in the past.
REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCES AND WEBSITES
Kindergarten Parents do not to forget that you can still go to Cool Culture web site coolculture.org to see all the wonderful activity they have to offer.