Your school community shouldn’t have to start from scratch when responding to and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
These examples are intended to serve as inspirations, provocations, and “80% of the way there” building blocks that you can use as a starting place and adapt to your own context.
This library contains three types of entries:
- School and School System Designs – The integrated set of design choices that make up a full school or system.
- Experiences – Single programmed activities that key stakeholders—such as learners, educators, and families—engage in within the learning environment.
- Artifacts – Individual documents, or sets of documents, that are used to enact an experience.
Use the filters below to search the library or try using the text search feature to explore resources related to topics and needs such as schedules, relationships, and much more.
In addition to the school examples above, we created some collections on specific high-interest topics.
Curated Collection: Physical Health and Safety
This resource contains a number of health and safety practices schools used to reduce COVID-19 transmission with brief descriptions and examples.
Curated Collection: Student Grouping and Scheduling for Hybrid Learning
This resource contains a variety of practices schools used to support learning in hybrid contexts during COVID-19 with brief descriptions and examples.
Curated Collection: High-Quality Remote Instruction
This resource contains a variety of practices schools used to support learning in remote contexts during COVID-19 with brief descriptions and examples.
Curated Collection: Supporting Social Emotional Well-Being Remotely
Find remote social and emotional well-being practices used during COVID-19 to prioritize relationships, emotional awareness, healing, student voice, and more.