Resources for K-12 Educators

Educators are learning and applying new skills rapidly in response to the emergency closure of Oregon’s schools. OEA’s Center for Great Public Schools is compiling various resources to help support members as they support students and families. Check back regularly for updates in these categories and, if you have resources to share, please contact the Center for Great Public Schools at oea-gps@oregoned.org.

Additionally, check out the OEA Events Calendar for professional learning opportunities related to distance and virtual learning from trusted education organizations, and visit our Grow.oregoned.org site to read our OEA member blog and learn about OEA led professional learning.

Instruction/General Support

Mental Health/Social Emotional Learning

  • Mental health guidance from ODE for school counselors and other mental health professionals.
  • The Distance Learning for All site also includes a number of other mental health resources.
  • Neurosequential Network COVID-19 Resources
    Dr. Bruce Perry, a leader in trauma informed education, posts short videos, interviews and resources related to stress, distress, and trauma.
  • The Well-Being Series
    This series of webinars, hosted by the Mental health Technology Transfer Center Network, includes webinars for educators, families, and students and focuses on a variety of topics.
  • Trauma Informed Oregon
    This Oregon non-profit offers virtual office hours each week, wellness information, and links to community resources.

Meeting the Needs of All Learners