Arizona State University’s EdPlus is working with Complexly’s Crash Course on a series of entry-level course videos, starting with English composition.
ASSISTments is already free for use by middle school math teachers. The program allows them to assign homework or classwork and provide students with immediate feedback as they complete their assignments; teachers get a report showing individual student and class progress.
Bloomz is opening the premium version of its communication service for free to all schools through Jun. 30, 2020.
Boclips is making its video platform freely available to teachers until Jun. 30, 2020.
BombBomb is making its software free for teachers.
Book Creator is offering a free 90-day upgrade to its premium service, which lets teachers allow their students to collaborate on creating books.
Boolean Girl has launched live, online events to help teach students “to code, build, invent and animate.
BrainVentures, an initiative of the University of Michigan Center for Digital Curricula, is making daily learning adventures free.
Carolina Biological Supply Company has curated a series of free science learning resources,
Casio has several resources available to help with math education.
The Character Tree is giving teachers a way to share character education videos and downloadable resources with parents to use at home.
Cisco Webex is offering free accounts for education.
Classkick is offering the pro version of its course platform free to schools in need.
ClassTag has made its communication platform freely available to help districts and schools communicate with their families.
Common Sense has created kits for teachers with weekly learning plans to help them ease their families into digital learning.
Curriculum Associates has made printable at-home activity packs available for students that include self-directed and practice exercises.
DeeperDive Learning, which provides online professional development, has made two of its “FamilyU” courses available to parents, grandparents and others working with their students at home.
Adobe is offering free access to Creative Cloud tools through May for home use by students attending schools that currently only provide lab access through May.
Acer has put together a handy comparison table that provides an overview of remote learning tools.