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What is the Virtual Tutoring Program?

The Virtual Tutoring Program is a Wake Forest University-led initiative to match WFU undergraduate and graduate students as tutors with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County (WSFCS) K-12 students during school closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual tutors will meet with students weekly for a one-hour session, via a technology platform that works for both the tutor and student. Tutors will be matched with WSFCS students based on a variety of criteria including tutor expertise, student needs, scheduling availability, and the grade-level preference designated by the tutor.

To provide consistency with our pre-existing tutoring and mentoring programs, tutors and students that participated in educational programs earlier this year – such as Freedom School or Project Launch – will be re-matched to provide consistency.

Request A Tutor

I am the parent of a child in the WSFCS system and am interested in requesting a virtual tutor.

*Due to overwhelming demand, a waitlist has been implemented. Please continue to fill out the form. As more WFU tutors become available, parents/guardians will be contacted directly and removed from the waitlist.

Fill Out a Parent/Child Request Form

Become A Tutor

I am a WFU undergraduate or graduate student and am interested in becoming a virtual tutor.

Fill Out A WFU Student Tutor Interest Form

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WFU students lend a virtual hand to help local school children

“Through this tutoring program, Wake Forest students will lend a virtual hand to K-12 students who unexpectedly find themselves at home trying to learn subjects that may be giving them trouble.”

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    I am a WFU Student

  • How do I sign up to become a tutor?

    You can sign up to become a virtual tutor by completing this form.

  • What is the process, including required training, to become a Virtual Tutor?

    Here are the necessary steps WFU Virtual Tutors need to complete: 

    1. Sign Up Here 
    2. Complete Wake Forest University Mandatory Protecting Youth Training.
      1. Tutors will receive a link via email from our Everfi platform. You have one week to complete the training from the time it is sent. 
    3. Complete the WSFCS Background Check for volunteers
    4. Notify Camry Wilborn after you receive an email that you have been cleaned to volunteer via this form. 
    5. Check out the helpful resources below 
    6. An introduction email will be sent connecting the Virtual Tutor with their student and family. 
    7. Communicate with family about expectations, needs, best technology platforms, etc.
    8. Begin Tutoring 
  • Will the content/work for tutoring sessions be provided, or do I need to create my own lessons?

    The OCCE Staff is working with the WSFCS School System to get e-copies of work packets that were assigned to students. We recommend working through this packet with the student. If you feel comfortable, co-reading a book or working through flashcards are acceptable forms of lessons as well.

    If you have any questions about lessons, contact Camry at  or 336-758-3742.

  • How can I check in with program staff about any questions/concerns?

    To answer general questions, Camry Wilborn will host a weekly call on Mondays at 3 p.m. EST with all student tutors. The first call will begin on March 30, 2020. Email invitations will be sent out to all tutors for the weekly call.  

    For immediate concerns, please contact Camry Wilborn at or 336-758-3742

  • Resources For Tutors: Educational Games
    • AGame offers fun free word games.
    • Coolmath gives you access to tons of fun math games to play with the student you are tutoring. This is a great resource that allows you to pick fun and engaging games to play with the student at the beginning or end of a session. 
    • Kahoot gives you free access to millions of ready-to-play games on any topic, and in different languages (you can also make your own quizzes and/or games). This is a great way to make learning fun and engaging, and it is a great way to end the tutoring session! 
    • Mangahigh gives you access to fun math games and ideas for lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Coding, Numbers, Measurement, and Probability. 
    • Math-Play gives you access to free math games for middle schoolers.
    • Sporcle allows you to make your own quizzes and gives you access to countless games and quizzes in subjects such as math, science, English, geography, etc. This is a fun way to end the tutoring session – you can create your own quiz based on what you cover in the session!
  • Resources For Tutors: Languages
    • Calico Spanish helps young children learn Spanish.
    • DuoLingo is a free app that helps you learn a language for free. This is a great resource to show students if they are struggling with a foreign language. 
    • GrammarBook is a free online English resource that explains punctuation and grammar rules. This is a great resource to show students who are struggling with either punctuation or grammar. 
    • iCulture offers students immersion into Spanish, French, and German-speaking cultures and is free until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
    • Tiny Cards is similar to DuoLingo, but it only includes flashcards.
  • Resources For Tutors: Lessons & Worksheets
    • 3P Learning gives you access to worksheets and activities covering math, spelling, literacy, science, and e-safety.
    • AoPS Alcumus gives you free access to worksheets and activities in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and more.
    • BrainPop has videos and exercises for all middle school subjects.
    • BrainPop Jr. has videos and exercises in all subjects for grades K-3.
    • Freckle is a free platform that allows for teachers (and tutors) to differentiate instruction across Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. You can access free lessons in these subjects that allow for students to work at their own levels and pace.
    • GeoGebra is a free math app that gives you access to tutorials, activities, and other resources. All math subjects are included. 
    • History for Kids is a free online network of all things history and offers lessons, worksheets, and quizzes.
    • LearnZillion is a free resource where you can access guidebooks for different subjects, all you have to do is request access. This is a great way to deliver a high-quality curriculum to students at no cost.
    • Mometrix is a free resource that helps prepare students for end-of-grade testing. Although students will not be testing this year, it is still a great resource to make sure they have mastered key concepts. Resources include study guides, flashcards videos and more. 
    • OER Commons gives you access to activities and exercises in almost every subject for K-12 grades.
    • Scholastic gives free access to different student activities, including engaging web and whiteboard activities across grades and subjects.
    • SmartTutor is a resource for tutors with students in elementary school. You can find several educational resources such as flashcards, reading lessons, math lessons, word searches, etc. 
    • Teachers Pay Teachers gives you free access to downloadable worksheets, packets, and activities that you can do with your student. Not everything is free on this website, so be sure to go to “Prices” on the left-hand side and click “free” to browse available resources. 
    • Work packets for all grade levels. 
  • Resources For Tutors: Reading, Writing & Speech
    •  Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.
    • ArtikPix is a free app that gives you access to flashcards and matching activities for children with speech and sound delays.
    • Epic is a digital library that gives you access to over 40,000 books for children under 12. There are audiobooks as well as books that can be read on-screen. The first 30 days are free. Also, a great way to engage the student during the tutoring session. 
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation. 
    • LightSailed is providing free access to over 6000 books for parents and students during school closings.
    • ReadTheory gives you free access to personalized reading comprehension exercises for K-12 and ELS students. 
    • ReadWorks gives you free access to reading comprehension materials for K-12. 
    • SpeechBox is a free app you can get on your phone or tablet that helps children and adults articulate their words and go through Speech Therapy. 
    • Starfall is a free resource that helps teach children to read. There are reading, language arts, and math resources for children in kindergarten through third grade. You could go through a book or two during a tutoring session.
    • Tumble Book Library gives you access to hundreds of books in English and Spanish.
  • Resources For Tutors: Special Education
    • Distance Learning for Special Education offers online resources and tips for parents and professionals when it comes to teaching remotely.
    • Learn Away is a resource for educators and tutors to access different curriculum ideas. 
    • Stages Learning Emergency Autism Curriculum offers free lessons, materials, activity sheets, behavior management tools, and so much more to help you navigate homeschooling.
    • The TEACCH Autism Program has created a free COVID-19 toolkit that is aimed to support individuals with Autism during school closings.
    • That Special Educator is a YouTube channel that offers helpful videos on a variety of topics related to special education. 
  • Resources For Tutors: Tutoring Tools
    • IDroo is a free whiteboard that may help you with tutoring. You can sign up for free and use it to work out equations, edit sentences, and explain any concept with a visual representation. 
    • Khan Academy is a free resource that offers extra help in almost every subject for students ages 2 to 18. Check out Khan Academy if you need a refresher prior to tutoring. 
    • Mangahigh gives you access to fun math games and ideas for lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Coding, Numbers, Measurement, and Probability.
    • S.O.S.Math is a great resource for tutors who may need a little refresher on Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, etc., before helping students with math. This website gives you short, easy-to-understand explanations of the various math subjects. This is also a great resource to use while in a tutoring session.

    Free Educational Resources

  • Under 5 Years Old

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    Art Activities

    Educational Resources

    • 15 literacy activities for preschoolers to start familiarizing themselves with letters and numbers. 
    • ABCya offers fun interactive word and math games for kids of all ages. 
    • Activities for reading and writing that are broken up by age groups. This includes tips and tricks on how to read to your toddler/preschooler. 
    • Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.
    • ArtikPix is a free app that gives you access to flashcards and matching activities for children with speech and sound delays.
    • Circle Round is a great podcast for kids ages 4 to 10. Each episode explores important issues like kindness, persistence, and generosity.
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation. 
    • Epic is a digital library that gives you access to over 40,000 books for children under 12. There are audiobooks as well as books that can be read on-screen. The first 30 days are free.
    • Funbrain Jr. has fun math and word games for children.
    • Khan Academy offers free extra help in almost every subject you can think of for students ages 2 to 18.
    • Khan Academy Kids is a free educational program designed to inspire kids to become learners for life.
    • LightSailed is providing free access to over 6000 books for parents and students during school closings. 
    • The New York Historical Society offers an online portal history and civics programs for K-12 students, as well as families.
    • Reading activities you can do with your child(ren) that will help stimulate their mind. Activities include making an alphabet tree or book. 
    • The Reading Bug is a podcast where children explore new books and concepts.
    • Scholastic gives you access to different student activities, including engaging web and whiteboard activities across grades and subjects for FREE. 
    • Seattle Public Library offers virtual storytime for toddlers, preschoolers, and babies.
    • SpeechBox is a free app you can get on your phone or tablet that helps children and adults articulate their words and go through Speech Therapy. 
    • Starfall is a free resource that helps teach children to read. There are reading, language arts, and math resources for children in kindergarten through third grade.
    • Storyline Online gives you access to hundreds of videos of celebrities reading children’s books.  
    • Storynory gives you access to countless short audio stories for FREE.
    • Storytime at the Met is every Thursday and is recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years.
    • Tumble Book Library gives you access to hundreds of books in English and Spanish.
  • Kindergarten through 5th Grade

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    Art Activities

    STEM

    Educational Resources

    • 25 Ways to Get Kids Writing by Scholastic provides resources on how to get kids writing. Tips and tricks are broken up by age group. 
    • 25 Activities for Reading and Writing includes tips and tricks on how to read to your kindergarten through fifth grader.
    • 3P Learning gives you access to worksheets and activities covering math, spelling, literacy, science, and e-safety. 
    • ABCya offers fun interactive word and math games for kids of all ages. 
    • AGame offers fun free word games.
    • AoPS Alcumus gives you free access to worksheets and activities in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and more.
    • Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.
    • ArtikPix is a free app that gives you access to flashcards and matching activities for children with speech and sound delays.
    • Ask a Librarian allows students to ask a librarian at the Library of Congress questions and get their help with research. 
    • BrainPop Jr. has videos and exercises in all subjects for grades K-3. 
    • Calico Spanish helps young children learn Spanish.
    • Circle Round is a great podcast for kids ages 4 to 10. Each episode explores important issues like kindness, persistence, and generosity. 
    • Over 400 Digital Collections are available in the Library of Congress featuring content from the U.S. Presidents, musicians, inventors, and more. 
    • Epic is a digital library that gives you access to over 40,000 books for children under 12. There are audiobooks as well as books that can be read on-screen. The first 30 days are free.
    • Funbrain Jr. has fun math and word games for children.
    • GeoGebra is a free math app that gives you access to tutorials, activities, and other resources. All math subjects are included. 
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation. 
    • History for Kids is a free online network of all things history and offers lessons, worksheets, and quizzes.
    • iCulture offers students immersion into Spanish, French, and German-speaking cultures and is free until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
    • Khan Academy offers free extra help in almost every subject you can think of for students ages 2 to 18.
    • Khan Academy Kids is a free educational program designed to inspire kids to become learners for life.
    • The Library of Congress has Current Exhibits available online, one of which is Rosa Parks.
    • The Library of Congress Student Discovery Sets bring together historical artifacts and documents on a wide range of topics. 
    • LightSailed is providing free access to over 6000 books for parents and students during school closings. 
    • Loyal Books allows you to download audiobooks and ebooks for FREE.
    • Mangahigh gives you access to fun math games and ideas for lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Coding, Numbers, Measurement, and Probability. 
    • Mystery Science has a list of science lessons by grade level. 
    • National Geographic offers free games and videos for kids.
    • The New York Historical Society offers an online portal history and civics programs for K-12 students, as well as families.
    • The New York Public Library is providing access to over 300,000 e-books and audiobooks, from children’s books to bestsellers at no cost. 
    • OER Commons gives you access to activities and exercises in almost every subject for K-12 grades.
    • OverDrive provides access to FREE e-books from your local and other nearby libraries. 
    • ReadTheory gives you free access to personalized reading comprehension exercises for K-12 and ELS students. 
    • ReadWorks gives you free access to reading comprehension materials for K-12. 
    • The Reading Bug is a podcast where children explore new books and concepts.
    • Scholastic gives free access to different student activities, including engaging web and whiteboard activities across grades and subjects.
    • Sidedoor is a podcast Smithsonian started that enlists the help of biologists, archaeologists, zookeepers, and astrophysicists to tell engaging and educational stories.
    • Smithsonian Learning Lab is a free and interactive platform for discovering millions of digital resources. There are weekly highlights for various subject areas, and new issues are released every Monday. 
    • Smithsonian Open Access allows students to download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s images.
    • Smithsonian Digital Volunteers Program allows students to join fellow volunteers to add more field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, and more!
    • SpeechBox is a free app you can get on your phone or tablet that helps children and adults articulate their words and go through Speech Therapy. 
    • Starfall is a free resource that helps teach children to read. There are reading, language arts, and math resources for children in kindergarten through third grade.
    • Storyline Online gives you access to hundreds of videos of celebrities reading children’s books.  
    • Storynory gives you access to countless short audio stories for FREE.
    • Storytime at the Met is every Thursday and is recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years.
    • Tumble Book Library gives you access to hundreds of books in English and Spanish.
    • Virtual School Day provides students with free live, online instruction each week. Each class is led by an expert tutor with experience in the course topic, as well as familiarity with virtual instruction. Classes refresh weekly, with age-appropriate options for grades K-12.
    • WideOpenSchool offers free online learning resources for grade Pre K-12. Topics include: English-Language Learners, Science, Social Studies, Get Moving, Math, Reading + Writing, Special Needs, Emotion Well-Being, and so much more.
  • Middle School

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    ART

    • 5 Ideas to Stay Creative offers different art activities inspired by the Ghetty’s at collection. 
    • 92nd Street Y moved all their classes and children’s activities online, where you can find fun art projects. 
    • JourneyMaker is a free tool on the Art Institute of Chicago’s website that allows you to make your own art and create a personalized tour of the museum. 
    • Kinder Art provides access to different challenging art activities.

    STEM

    Educational Resources

    • 25 Ways to Get Kids Writing by Scholastic provides resources on how to get kids writing. Tips and tricks are broken up by age group. 
    • 25 Activities for Reading and Writing includes tips and tricks on how to read to your child.
    • 3P Learning gives you access to worksheets and activities covering math, spelling, literacy, science, and e-safety.
    • ABCya offers fun interactive word and math games for kids of all ages. 
    • AoPS Alcumus gives you free access to worksheets and activities in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and more.
    • Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.
    • ArtikPix is a free app that gives you access to flashcards and matching activities for children with speech and sound delays.
    • BrainPop has videos and exercises for all middle school subjects
    • Calico Spanish helps young children learn Spanish.
    • Epic is a digital library that gives you access to over 40,000 books for children under 12. There are audiobooks as well as books that can be read on-screen. The first 30 days are free.
    • GeoGebra is a free math app that gives you access to tutorials, activities, and other resources. All math subjects are included. 
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation.
    • History for Kids is a free online network of all things history and offers lessons, worksheets, and quizzes.
    • iCulture offers students immersion into Spanish, French, and German-speaking cultures and is free until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
    • Khan Academy offers free extra help in almost every subject you can think of for students ages 2 to 18.
    • LightSailed is providing free access to over 6000 books for parents and students during school closings.
    • Loyal Books allows you to download audiobooks and ebooks for FREE.
    • Mangahigh gives you access to fun math games and ideas for lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Coding, Numbers, Measurement, and Probability.
    • Math-Play gives you access to free math games for middle schoolers.
    • The New York Historical Society offers an online portal history and civics programs for K-12 students, as well as families.
    • The New York Public Library is providing access to over 300,000 e-books and audiobooks, from children’s books to bestsellers at no cost. 
    • OER Commons gives you access to activities and exercises in almost every subject for K-12 grades.
    • OverDrive provides access to FREE e-books from your local and other nearby libraries. 
    • ReadTheory gives you free access to personalized reading comprehension exercises for K-12 and ELS students. 
    • ReadWorks gives you free access to reading comprehension materials for K-12.
    • Scholastic gives free access to different student activities, including engaging web and whiteboard activities across grades and subjects.
    • Sidedoor is a podcast Smithsonian started that enlists the help of biologists, archaeologists, zookeepers, and astrophysicists to tell engaging and educational stories.
    • Smithsonian Digital Volunteers Program allows students to join fellow volunteers to add more field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, and more!
    • Smithsonian Learning Lab is a free and interactive platform for discovering millions of digital resources. There are weekly highlights for various subject areas, and new issues are released every Monday.
    • Smithsonian Open Access allows students to download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s images.
    • SpeechBox is a free app you can get on your phone or tablet that helps children and adults articulate their words and go through Speech Therapy.
    • Storynory gives you access to countless short audio stories for FREE.
    • Tumble Book Library gives you access to hundreds of books in English and Spanish.
    • Virtual School Day provides students with free live, online instruction each week. Each class is led by an expert tutor with experience in the course topic, as well as familiarity with virtual instruction. Classes refresh weekly, with age-appropriate options for grades K-12.
    • WideOpenSchool offers free online learning resources for grade Pre K-12. Topics include English-Language Learners, Science, Social Studies, Get Moving, Math, Reading + Writing, Special Needs, Emotion Well-Being, and so much more.
  • High School

    MOVEMENT

    STEM

    • 36 Resources for STEM Project-Based Learning Activities include engineering, technology, and math activities.
    • Chegg Learning: See step-by-step how to solve tough problems. And learn with guided video walkthroughs & practice sets for thousands of problems in the following subjects: computer science, economics, physics, statistics, accounting, and chemistry.
    • NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Learning Activities includes exercises like how to make a cloud in a bottle, a Jupiter orbiter, pinhole camera, and a rocket. Lessons for grades K-12.
    • NC SCIFEST brings the 2020 North Carolina Virtual Science Festival right to your home. Find free science-related virtual events that you can attend from the comfort of your home, or engage in science activities and projects to complete indoors and outdoors, searchable by science topic or age/grade level, K-12.
    • Smithsonian Institution Fun Stuff for Kids Online provides activities on topics such as the distribution of freshwater, disaster detection and preparation, geography and migratory birds.
    • STEM Activities for Kids provides students with projects to start thinking about how things work.
    • STEM Activities for Middle and High School Students lists STEM-related activities and experiments for students.
    • STEMWORKS provides several STEM activities, with a step-by-step outline, including building a galaxy, NASA coding, space math, and more!
    • USGS Kids, U.S. Geological Survey contains a curated collection of educational resources across the grade levels from Pre-K through college that is focused on all of the earth sciences including geology, ecology, hydrology, atmospheric sciences, and planetary sciences.

    Educational Resources

    • 25 Activities for Reading and Writing includes tips and tricks on how to read to your child.
    • AoPS Alcumus gives you free access to worksheets and activities in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and more.
    • Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.
    • Ask a Librarian allows students to ask a librarian at the Library of Congress questions and get their help with research.
    • Over 400 Digital Collections are available in the Library of Congress featuring content from the U.S. Presidents, musicians, inventors, and more.
    • GeoGebra is a free math app that gives you access to tutorials, activities, and other resources. All math subjects are included. 
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation.
    • iCulture offers students immersion into Spanish, French, and German-speaking cultures and is free until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
    • Khan Academy offers free extra help in almost every subject you can think of for students ages 2 to 18.
    • The Library of Congress has Current Exhibits available online, one of which is Rosa Parks.
    • The Library of Congress Student Discovery Sets bring together historical artifacts and documents on a wide range of topics.
    • LightSailed is providing free access to over 6000 books for parents and students during school closings.
    • Loyal Books allows you to download audiobooks and ebooks for FREE.
    • Mangahigh gives you access to fun math games and ideas for lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Coding, Numbers, Measurement, and Probability.
    • The New York Historical Society offers an online portal history and civics programs for K-12 students, as well as families.
    • The New York Public Library is providing access to over 300,000 e-books and audiobooks, from children’s books to bestsellers at no cost. 
    • OER Commons gives you access to activities and exercises in almost every subject for K-12 grades.
    • OverDrive provides access to FREE e-books from your local and other nearby libraries. 
    • ReadTheory gives you free access to personalized reading comprehension exercises for K-12 and ELS students. 
    • ReadWorks gives you free access to reading comprehension materials for K-12.
    • Scholastic gives free access to different student activities, including engaging web and whiteboard activities across grades and subjects.
    • Sidedoor is a podcast Smithsonian started that enlists the help of biologists, archaeologists, zookeepers, and astrophysicists to tell engaging and educational stories.
    • Smithsonian Digital Volunteers Program allows students to join fellow volunteers to add more field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, and more!
    • Smithsonian Learning Lab is a free and interactive platform for discovering millions of digital resources. There are weekly highlights for various subject areas, and new issues are released every Monday. 
    • Smithsonian Open Access allows students to download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s images.
    • Tumble Book Library gives you access to hundreds of books in English and Spanish.
    • Virtual School Day provides students with free live, online instruction each week. Each class is led by an expert tutor with experience in the course topic, as well as familiarity with virtual instruction. Classes refresh weekly, with age-appropriate options for grades K-12.
  • Special Education

     

    • ArtikPix is a free app that gives you access to flashcards and matching activities for children with speech and sound delays.
    • Articulation Station is a free app that helps people of all ages learn to pronounce their words more clearly.

     

    • Distance Learning for Special Education offers online resources and tips for parents and professionals when it comes to teaching remotely.
    • This Google Chrome blog post gives you a list of web extensions that provide tools that can help all learners. The post focuses on five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation.
    • Learn Away is a resource for educators and tutors to access different curriculum ideas. 
    • The TEACCH Autism Program has created a free COVID-19 toolkit that is aimed to support individuals with Autism during school closings. 
    • That Special Educator is a YouTube channel that offers helpful videos on a variety of topics related to special education. 
    • SpeechBox is a free app you can get on your phone or tablet that helps children and adults articulate their words and go through Speech Therapy.
    • Stages Learning Emergency Autism Curriculum offers free lessons, materials, activity sheets, behavior management tools, and so much more to help you navigate homeschooling with your children.