Updated: Apr 2
With the global outbreak of COVID-19 and the closure of tens of thousands of schools across the United States and world, a group of government supported developers and researchers are now offering their learning games and technologies at no cost through the end of the school year for use in distance learning settings with internet access.
The resources are appropriate for young children to postsecondary students as well as for teachers in education and special education across a wide range of educational topics, such as for early learning, in STEM, reading and language learning, and social studies. Most of the resources were developed iteratively with feedback from teachers and students, and most were evaluated through pilot studies to measure their promise to support improvements in relevant educational
outcomes. Below is the list of 82 learning games and technologies developed with funding across programs at the Department of Education and government that are now available online at no cost to until the end of the school year.
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