April 02, 2020

Resources for Connecting, Learning, and Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A list of resources to help parents, teachers, and students create positive and productive practices
by the Tang Team

In this uncertain time, we hope all of you are taking care of yourselves and those in your lives. As we continue an unprecedented period of social distancing and begin an unexpected shift to remote learning, we are all grappling with questions about how to make these life adjustments in healthy and productive ways.

Below is a sampling of what the Tang team has explored in recent days:

Meditation, Mindfulness, and Well-Being

Remote Learning and Teaching

Parent Resources

Students: Civic and Community Engagement

Community and Connection

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