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Making Hour of Code Work With or Without Computer Science Experience

This article by Jorge Valenzuela features a step-by-step resources to support educators in adapting, prepping, and facilitating a successful hour of coding for students.
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5 Ways to Recenter, Restore, and Refresh

The Harvard Graduate School of Education featured this opinion piece by Gianna Cacciatore to reflect on how educators can promote mental and social-emotional well being after an extremely challenging school year.
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Virginia LEARNS: Navigating Virginia Education in Uncertain Times

The Virginia Department of Education produced this 2021 guidance to build upon previous recommendations for school divisions, especially as they implement summer programs and prepare for the 2021-2022 school year. This resource addresses learning gaps heightened by the pandemic, mental health needs of students and staff, and ensuring equitable learning.
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Facebook for Education

Facebook recently created an Educator Hub to assist educators in finding and creating online communities with other educators as we collectively work to ensure continuity of learning and education equity during this challenging time. This platform also offers information and resources related to antiracism, community building and online learning.
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G Suite and G Suite Enterprise for Education Training Series

Google recently introduced over 50 new features to G Suite and G Suite Enterprise for Education to assist educators in creating more productive, engaging learning environments for students in the virtual space. Google is currently offering several free training sessions to help educators become familiarized with these new features. Click on the link below to register for this training series.
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