As schools shifted to remote learning this spring, our professional learning experts created a wealth of resources to help educators and families support learning at home using our digital literacy products. Explore these helpful videos, tips, webinars, and more below.
Support Families With New Distance Learning Resources, Now Included in Raz-Plus
Easily provide opportunities for ongoing learning outside the classroom with new Distance Learning Packs in Raz-Plus. This curated collection of printable and digital Reading and Activity Packs comes complete with tips for parents and caregivers, making it easier for families to implement at home.
Helpful Resources to Support Remote Learning
Resources for School and District Administrators (License Coordinators):
Contact Your Learning A-Z Representative
If you would like to set up a free trial of any Learning A-Z product for your school or district, contact your Learning A-Z representative.
Learn About CARES Act Funding
Make sure your Student Rosters are up-to-date. Get Help.
Watch this recorded webinar for license coordinators:
Introduction to Account Management
Download Guides for License Coordinators on the Training page of your My Account area.
Resources for Teachers:
Get up-to-speed or a quick refresher with a wide variety of professional learning options:
5 Tips for Engaging Students in an Online Setting
Many teachers are rethinking how they capture students’ attention in this new setting. Check out these 5 tips for engaging students in an online setting!
SEL Tips with Mrs. Ahmed/
Students may be feeling bored and frustrated with Distance Learning. Check out these tips for supporting SEL during this time.
Attend a webinar led by one of our professional development experts:
Download these tips for supporting remote learning:
Support Remote Learning With Raz-Plus
Support Remote Learning With Raz-Kids
Support Remote Learning With Headsprout
Google Classroom Teacher Tips
Seesaw Teacher Tips
Communicate with parents
If you need to send student login information to parents, you can set up Parent Access using your students' parents' or guardians’ email addresses. Once a parent or guardian logs in, they will be able to see their child's login information.
Share these documents with parents
Have Parents Review These Help Articles
Practical Tips for Supporting Learning at Home
Watch these short videos packed with tips to help your child learn from home.
Connect With Your Child and the Stories They’re Reading for School
Find short-and-sweet ways to connect with your child during distance learning. See how Robye Harvey makes those connections with brief, meaningful conversations.
Asking Open-Ended Questions
Help build your child’s reading comprehension by asking open-ended questions when reading. Here are some ideas!
Set the Scene for Storytelling
Engage children in the act of reading and help bring stories to life with these ideas the next time you sit down to read with your children.
Why Being Bored is Beneficial for Kids
Sometimes boredom can lead to creativity! Check out this cute video about how two girls spent their afternoon when faced with boredom.
If Your Child Has Access to Kids A-Z Through School
Explore these helpful documents if you are using your child's Kids A-Z account through his/her school.
If You Started Your Own Trial Subscription
Use these resources to get up and running quickly with your trial.
Other Helpful Articles for Parents
Review these blog posts and help articles.