We want to help keep the learning and collaboration continuing with your students and staff. Use the resources on this page to help your teachers learn more about using Schoology for online learning.
Video: 10 Considerations for Moving to Online Instruction in Schoology
Pick up some great tips to help your teachers, or yourself, move from in-person to distance learning. Phil Pulley, Ed.D., talks about the 10 things every teacher and district administrator should consider when moving from in-person teaching to a distance learning model.
Tips: Using Schoology for Online Learning (Instructor Considerations)
Check out these ten key areas that instructors should consider when making the shift to online learning with their students. We’ve even provided a wealth of “how-to” resources to help instructors easily dive into areas they would like more help with.
Self-Paced PD Course: Getting Started with Schoology
If you have teachers that need to get up and running quickly or need to brush up on their Schoology skills just have them join this self-paced PD Course. Course Access Code: DWWG-XB63-R2XH6.
Self-Paced PD Course: Dive into Schoology
If you would like self-paced PD content to add to one of your Courses for your teachers, just visit the Public Resource area in Schoology here where you can download the content. This course is geared toward new users and gives a high-level overview of some of the key features of Schoology.
Article: 4 Virtual Conferencing Options to Keep the Learning Going
Learn more about your options for using web conferencing tools in Schoology. These options allow educators to hold virtual office hours, collaborate with students and colleagues in real-time, and much more.
Taking it Mobile: Using the Schoology iOS App as a Parent
The Schoology iOS App is a great tool for parents to monitor activities that their children engage in on Schoology. It’s also a wonderful way for educators and schools to keep the lines of communication open with the parent community. Take a tour of the Schoology iOS Mobile App from the perspective of a parent.