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Comprehensive set of resources from The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
Class Central is a search engine, discovery platform, and review site for massive open online courses (MOOCs).
Peoples-Uni is a non-profit organisation established in 2007 to help build public health capacity in developing countries through low cost online education to health professionals. Includes free open online courses in public health .
The World Health Organization's new interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform offering online courses to improve the response to health emergencies. Enables the WHO and its key partners to transfer life-saving knowledge to large numbers of frontline responders.
Free learning from The Open University, including 900+ short courses from 1 to 100 hours.
Free to access 100s of courses. From age 14+.
Learn the latest skills like business analytics, graphic design, Python, and more.
Access 2500+ Online Courses from 140 Institutions. Many courses are free.
A list curated by Lightful with free webinars and training for charities and nonprofits.
A collection of resources from classes and workshops at Stanford’s design (d.) school. Activities, tools, and how-tos that can be used as a starting point. They “hope you’ll hack them for whatever challenge you’re working on”.
Remote learning. Supporting remote learning during this difficult time by providing every organisation with unrestricted access to a dedicated box-set of broadcast quality video learning taken from an extensive digital library.
Google Doc listing 200+ MOOCs and other online training resources. Some in Greek.
A nonprofit initiative working since 2008 to offer free and open online courses to all who want to learn. We offer nearly 100 full-length courses at the college and professional levels, each of which is available right now -- at your pace, on your schedule, and free of cost.
A list of free or discounted services from organisations that help people impacted by the crisis
Education page of list of pandemic-related compiled by YouTeam.
Pluralsight Free Courses for month of April. No catches, no credit card required.
Free online courses to help adults learn to use the internet. Includes useful resources to interact with your GP online. Bought by LinkedIn, thus, requires a LinkedIn login.
A free international programme to develop digital, enterprise and employability skills.
Collection of various digital skills courses curated by Google.
Online lessons and resources organised by year group
Resources for students, parents, and teachers from Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED).
Online lessons, interviews and videos.
Resources for online learning
Free for 30-days.
Teacher-led live online coding school for kids and teens ages 8-18.
Advanced Placement (AP) high school curriculum topics covered in YouTube channels. Entertaining educational and comprehensive collection of video series. Covers history, maths, programming, physics and literature to name but a few.
Especially good for maths and computing for all ages but other subjects at Secondary level. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it's mostly common material.
Wide range of educational videos
A calendar of educational livestreams for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic
Free half-day summer camps will be a week long, with enrichment-based classes in subjects like foreign languages, chess, theater, coding, Minecraft, how to be a detective, photography and more. These live, interactive classes will be taught by expert instructors vetted through Varsity Tutors' platform. We already have 200 camps scheduled for the summer.
Over 100 free live K-12 classes available all day long intended to help parents fill their children’s day with enriched learning. Some popular classes are "Intro to Spanish for Kids", “Coolest Women in History”, “Java Programming Basics”, and “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales”. We have received exceptional ratings from thousands of parents and students.
For those revising at GCSE or A level. Tons of free revision content. Paid access to higher level material.
For your older kids, 50 free revision resources for 11+, GCSEs and A-Levels, includes links to exam boards and past papers.
Printable journals and educational 'zines'. Curated YouTube videos, arranged by topics. A community of parents and carers engaged in educational activities.
Led by educators who have come together to offer time and expertise to support colleagues, parents and students in the UK and beyond. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and potential school closure this website is designed to share ideas, solutions, plans and support.
@edtechsInfo early response to pleas for help from neighbours, friends and family with children in isolation. Curated resources and advice for parents attempting to support their children with homeschooling.
Blog post collecting the free subscriptions being offered to help parents and teachers educate their students during this crisis.
American at home education support from pre-school to grade 9 from Scholastic.
Chicago Public schools worksheet packets organized by grade level. These packets include a range of activities that students can work on at home independently, with family members, or with other adults. Some activities may require guidance from an adult to get started.
Everything from preschool activities to 12th grade. Free Christian homeschool curriculum
Ideas from CRIN (Child Rights International Network) on the environment, to innovations, to to keep children and adults thinking creatively and critically - as well as entertained and distracted.
An online classroom and resource hub created by teachers to support parents and teachers
A comprehensive list of learning contents for kindergarten students, made by Shelia Connell Haaga
List for parents put together by the home ed community. Requires Facebook login.
Some free downloads, unlimited use requires subscription. US and UK.
Printable worksheets and online learning games, k-5, including touch typing. Some free downloads, unlimited use requires subscription.
Downloadable Key Stage 1 & 2 teaching pack on the role of #WomenInSTEM through Artistic Encounters, from the University of Newcastle
Cambridge International support and advice for teachers (also parents).
Cambridge Publishing Open Textbooks (until May)
Free access to ebooks.
Kortext Free Student EBook Programme
This website will give Student free access to eBooks until 25th May. (To take advantage of the feature you must to use your .edu email address.)
Free ebooks for children aged 3-11 from Oxford University Press. Library has temporarily been enlarged.
Study skills introductory free courses from the experts at The Open University.
Variety of short projects
Free Game-based computer science curricula
Variety of coding projects for 9 to 13 year olds.
Video presentation about running Code Club / coderdojo sessions online.
Full curricula aligned with common core US math standards, Teaches both math concepts and programming. Courses available in algebra, physics, and data sciences. 7th grade and up.
Computer science without computers! Teachers computer science topics with hands on lessons. Lessons designed for 5+
STEM education, with emphasis on AI and problem-solving. Children work with their parents to learn the basics of AI and other STEM subjects and use what they learn to solve a problem.
Learn computer programming skills - fun and free
Scratch- Creative computer programming
CodeCombat / Ozaria.
🔗https://covid19.codecombat.com/giving-back - full access to game-based computer science curricula through period of school closure
🇬🇧🔗Anyone can complete these free coding tutorials. And if you are working on the tutorials on your own you can join the codebar community on Slack to get help and discuss anything with students or coaches.
Oxford Owl for Home, Lots of free resources for Primary age reading.
Personalised maths & spelling practice, free to sign up as a parent and children have access to a subset of the games, small monthly cost to upgrade to a family membership. Adapts to the stage of the child so they stay engaged. Currently free for schools.
Learn languages for free. Web or app.
British Council, Resources for English language learning.
Free language learning with pro teachers from Busuu.
3 months* of Babbel lessons – no purchase necessary.
*Offer is available to students located in the USA only.
Rosetta Stone offering free access for Students for the next three months.
Free access to learning resources from Oxford University Press.
Activities for enriching maths learning by the University of Cambridge.
Complete mathematics curriculum for primary aged children
Free engaging curriculum-aligned (US) math platform loved by over 50m students and teachers.
Sparx is offering Sparx Maths Virtual Classroom free of charge to any school (for ages 11 - 16) during school closure. Here, students can complete lessons online and teachers can monitor responses and insights in real-time.
Personalised maths & spelling practice, free to sign up as a parent and children have access to a subset of the games, small monthly cost to upgrade to a family membership. Adapts to the stage of the child so they stay engaged. Currently free for schools
Free activities for EYFS–Y6 to explore Maths at home. All with child-led videos explaining topics. Teachers, free to sign up your class for comments/engagement info. All parents, free access too.
Offering a two week free trial.
Free science lessons
Curated YouTube Astronomy & Astrophysics videos arranged by topic.
Science awards you can complete from home.
Comprehensive virtual science lab simulations for Chemistry, Biology and Physics, with activities covering Secondary (middle and high school) and University.
Designed to offer support and activities in physics problem solving to teachers and to students transitioning from GCSE (Y11), through to Sixth Form (Y12 & 13), to university.
Educational science video content available free until June 15th. Includes a video textbook, video demos, and resources for bio labs.
Discover Magazine article about getting involved virtually in science projects.
A list of Science projects, activities and TV programs, curated by Discover magazine
Seven STEM activities (for all ages) that can be practiced at an appropriate social distance, supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation.
30 days of nature-focused content and environmental adventures for learners of all ages, curated by UNEP and TED-Ed