Are you a student looking for online resources to help with your learning from home? You’re in luck because we’ve compiled a list for you!
With the temporary closure of schools due to COVID-19, many classes are switching to online learning—as best as they can. Unfortunately, this sudden and unexpected change can heighten student anxiety regarding grade averages and learning styles. To help students keep up with their studies, these online resources are available!
This website offers teacher-facilitated online courses, adapted for independent study. Basically, these classes were written by Ontario teachers for Ontario students. That means you’re free to learn at your own pace.
Are you in need of a math tutor? This resource offers FREE online math tutoring for students in Grade 6-10 attending public school. Additionally, their tutors are Ontario Certified math tutors, available from 9 AM – 9 PM ET from Monday – Friday.
For Grades 1-10, SolveMe uses interactive puzzles and games to develop algebraic reasoning and number sense.
Students can explore Google-curated virtual tours and videos in museums and galleries around the world. You’re able to “walk” through the collection and access related content through written information and videos. No registered account is necessary; however, you need a Google account to create “favourites” or “collections”.
Test how well you remember what you learn with Quizlet. Create your own study cards, games, flashcards, diagrams, and quizzes for free OR try some made by other students. Furthermore, Quizlet verifies its creators to ensure that its content is high-quality at all levels.
It’s free to create an account, so you can start learning a new language today from the comfort and safety of your home! If you’re already learning a new language in school, consider using Duolingo to improve your skills.
Fun fact: there’s an educational platform on YouTube! From learning sign language to understanding numbers and satisfying your curiosity, explore quality learning videos designed for teens and adults.
If you’re looking for more online resources, the Government of Ontario has comprised a good list. You can also look into the benefits of getting online tutoring, or even becoming a tutor. Read more about that here.