COVID-19: How will my school adapt to the crisis?

As we go through this unprecedented period of uncertainty and change, we wanted to share some resources to help you and your school community adapt to the new normal of teaching and learning outside the physical classroom walls.

We have to think and work differently. Fortunately, there is a range of options available to you.


I have slow and unreliable internet connectivity at home, how can I engage with my students?

Create engaging content

Microsoft PowerPoint is useful in creating lessons with images and diagrams to bring content to life without an internet connection. The CamScanner App allows you to scan study guides and other texts for sharing with students

Leverage existing content

There are a wide variety of educational content available online. Here’s a list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings

Share learning content with students

Use popular, readily available solutions such as email, WhatsApp to share materials with students and parents. Virtual tours of places of interest are becoming popular – check out this list

Communicate and engage with students

Create WhatsApp Groups for parents and students. Use Google Classroom to set assignments, encourage collaboration, and support communication with students when teaching from home

Continue to assess your students’ progress

Create an online assessment for your class. Set and automatically mark quizzes and assessments with Google Forms

You are not alone, school communities around the world are feeling the impact of this crisis and there is a lot we can learn from each other


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A global response

Companies around the world are stepping up and providing FREE or low cost solutions to help schools through these challenging times


Canvas E-Learning Platform

AcadaPlus has setup an instance of the worlds leading eLearning platform - CANVAS, which is available for free to all AcadaPlus customers through the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic



Web Conferencing Tool

Zoom is temporarily lifting the 40-minute time limit on Free Basic accounts for schools affected by the corona virus

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Microsoft Teams - Free for all Educational Institutions

Microsoft Teams is included in Office 365, which is free for educational institutions. If you’re currently not licensed for Teams, Microsoft will provide you with a free six-month subscription

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