COVID-19 has shut down schools across the nation, which has moved K-12 education online. This has severely impacted South LA youth who lack access to technology at home and are now falling behind in their curriculum. Below are online resources and support to help fill in the gap of digital divide for students transitioning to online education in our community.
Pages 24-27 include LAUSD K-12 Students Free educational resources.
Online Educational Resources:
The scholastic website has learning material catered to different grade levels, from Pre-K and Kindergarten through Grade 9. User friendly and added tips and tricks.
Khan Academy has put together a list of useful schedules curated by different grade groups. The day schedules include many helpful websites for the specific grades and broken down in hourly blocks for the day.
ASU- Remote Learning Assistance
Arizona State University offers K-12 online tutoring services in the following subjects: Math, ELA, Science, and Social Studies. ASU also offers a variety of online course material: Art, Modern US History, Biology. Please click the link below to view their online tutoring schedule.
Click on these great online resources to keep your students engaged while learning at home!
Virtual Field Trips
How to set up and troubleshoot your Chromebook:
If you have received a Chromebook from school or from SoLa Impact's Access to Technology Drive and don't know where to begin, please click this link.
The link will take you to a google document that is designed to guide the user step by step in setting up the Chromebook in an interactive tutorial.
How to set up Zoom:
All local schools have implemented a virtual form of communication between teachers and students. This link will provide an overview of Zoom and how to use it. Incluye instrucciones en español.