Webinar | Remote Learning & Health EducationSupporting Effective Solutions
The impact remote learning will have on students’ future-readiness is yet to be determined, but we do know that letting students’ health education lapse simply isn’t an option. Students are interested – they’re more aware of their personal wellness and public health than ever before and are seeking out and even sharing information across social media platforms. Now is the time to help health educators empower students with research-based knowledge and skills around health and wellness to make well-informed decisions for the future.
In this webinar, we bring together community and state health administrators to discuss best practices for adapting to our new normal. Part of that discussion includes specific online and offline resources that are empowering health educators and students in their states during remote learning.
EVERFI Resources for Educators
- EVERFI Resource Catalog
- Teacher / Student Registration Instructions: A brief step-by-step guide to setting up your account, creating your classes, and getting students ready to learn online with EVERFI.
- SSO Teacher Registration: If your school uses Clever Single Sign On, this brief step-by-step guide will help you through setting up your account and adding resources to the EVERFI app in student’s Clever accounts.
- EVERFI Resource Pairings: If your students have completed one of EVERFI’s resources, this document will help you discover other resources available to extend student learning.
Resources Shared by Katherine Melton, MPH, MCHES, Johnson County Mental Health Center, Kansas
- Kansas Continuous Learning Plan 2020
- Continuous Learning Guidance
- Implementation Guide
- Continuous Learning Plan examples
- KSDE Continuous Learning Plan Educator Resources
- Kansas Family Guide to Continuous Learning
Resources Shared by Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso, Health Education Coordinator, Healthy Schools, Florida Department of Education
- Florida Department of Education emergency response and instructional continuity plan
- Article: “5 Ways Districts Can Help Struggling Students”
- ASCD & CDC Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model