Resources for Remote Learning

During these uncertain times, the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership wishes to provide its continued support for the North Carolina learning community. With school systems closed statewide through at least the end of March, we have pulled together a list of resources to help educators, parents, students, and community members.

We’ll continue to update this list as more resources are made available. If you would like to add to this list, please send recommendations to Amneris Solano at

NC State College of Education Resources, Tips for COVID-19

The Public School Forum’s COVID-19 Resources and Important Information page provides links for health information, educational resources for educators and parents, preparation and coordination strategies for school districts and more.

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Schooling at home: resources for parents and students offers advice on keeping children academically engaged.

NewsELA is free for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year.

PBS Education has a large bank for resources for instruction and professional development.

NCABR has a variety of online resources for K-12 educators and researchers.

UNC-Greensboro School of Education at-home K-12 schooling resources.

Discovery Education Virtual Learning platform has “over 180,000 assignable, editable activities and resources for K-12, based on core curriculum concepts and popular topics in math, science, social studies, ELA, and health,” according to the website.

Amazing Educational Resources has a big list of remote learning websites.

NC DPI has a webpage of Remote Learning Resources.

Video: How to Teach Remotely with a Google Slides Hyperdoc

Share your expertise. Mariah Morris, 2019 NC Teacher of the Year, is building a library of video lessons for students across North Carolina. To contribute a video, please download this PDF for guidelines. Email Ms. Morris at should you have questions.