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UCSF CARES COVID-19 Resources [web resource] [downloadable]

The UCSF Collaborative to Advise on Re-opening Education Safely (CARES) offers timely guidance and a webinar series to help school administrators, public health officers, and policymakers make informed decisions and ensure a safe and ideal learning environment for children, teachers, staff, and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more ›

Learning Challenges, Behavior & Distance Learning [presentation] [video]

Adding distance to learning has created yet another barrier to learning for students with learning differences. Sometimes we see behavioral issues arise. Students become more frustrated because they are not able to keep up, or they need even more time to process. Learn more about understanding behavior and strategies to support your child during this challenging time. Read more ›

Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching [video]

In this four-part series, PBS Learning Media explore tools for anti-racist teaching and considers the ways in which educators can use media and media literacy to deepen their understanding of systemic racism. Read more ›

Taking the Time to Listen [presentation] [video]

Are you finding it difficult to get your teen to talk with you? It seems like communication would be easier since you’re all at home together, but the reality is different. Maybe it’s time to stop talking to them and start listening. In this webinar, learn about the social development of adolescents as well as strategies you can use to truly listen to and connect with your child. Read more ›

Interview With Robin DiAngelo, Ph.D., Author of White Fragility [video]

In her 2018 New York Times bestselling book White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, University of Washington education professor Robin DiAngelo, Ph.D. explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged. Read more ›

Parenting in Place – Navigating Tech with Kids and Teens During COVID-19 [video]

Everyone is online right now – navigating work and school from a computer, phone, tablet or TV screen. But summer is just around the corner. Should the rules regarding screen-time be different? How can you help your children and teens find the right balance? Read more ›

Parenting Your Young Child During Shelter in Place, Part 2 [presentation] [video]

This is Part 2 of a webinar especially for parents of young children (pre-K through 2nd grade). With Shelter in Place, we know it can be tricky to support your young child – to manage their learning, help them cope with the anxiety they feel, and respond to challenging behavior.   Read more ›

Do I Need to Worry about My Child Falling Behind? [presentation] [video]

As a parent, you have probably come to appreciate your child’s teachers in a whole new way during this unprecedented school closure period. Even so, you are worried about your child’s progress academically and socially. Is she falling behind? She is missing her friends. What about all this screen time? Read more ›

Family Dynamics During Shelter in Place [presentation] [video]

Who knew that we would be sheltering in place for this long? The uncertainty, living in close quarters, and being stuck at home are creating challenging dynamics in the family. In this webinar, you’ll receive some validation and also some strategies that you can use to reduce the stress of family life right now.  Read more ›

Being a Parent, a Teacher and a Human (All at the Same Time) [presentation] [video]

Little did we know 8 weeks ago that our lives would be so drastically changed. Millions of parents across the U.S. have taken on new roles as teachers and are trying to find a balance in their everyday lives. What are your strengths and vulnerabilities as a parent and as a teacher? Read more ›

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