Personalized Learning Opportunities

In order to supplement learning in the face of lost instructional time, please visit the resources listed below and encourage your child to create their own learning experiences highlighting the content they are covering currently.​

Discovery Educationvideos, images, audio speeches, and other media​​​​K-12
DESTINYDestiny is an online catalog of resources for all students K - 12, including e and audio books, websites, and print materials.  All students may log in if they choose to do so. 6-12
BrainPopanimated, curricular content

See your School Tech or Media Specialist for the username or password for your school

Gale Virtual Reference Librarydatabase of electronic encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary researchLinked on your school's Destiny pageK-12
Starfallonline reading and math practice P-5
Links to LearningState of Georgia testing practice


GalileoSIRS, Kids Search, and Britannica Elementary /  K-12
​Common Sense Media Leveled Apps​A comprehensive list of apps by grade and content to support learning​K-12
 Khan Academyvideo content and tutorials on a variety of content 6-12
​Tutor.comFree virtual tutoring provided by the Fulton/Atlanta City Library with your Library Card​6-12
Georgia Virtual LearningAP Course Resources​6-12
​iTunes UOver 600,000 free public resources for all content areas. ​6-12

​Here are some ideas for how your child can create:

  • Design a comic strip using new vocabulary, or concepts.
  • Allow your child to create a 'test' for you to take.  Ask them to include topics they are learning now.
  • Create a movie, song or digital presentation that shows your teacher what you did while at home.
  • Conduct an experiment and document the outcome (video, pictures, and journal).
  • Research an individual and then use the app Tellagami (or another app/platform) to create an autobiographical presentation.

Please contact your child's teachers directly with questions related to assignments and assessments. Personalized learning is not an occurrence, rather a continuum.  Teachers may in fact be using platforms like Edmodo, Blendspace, Blackboard Collaborate or Google to c​communicate and collaborate with students remotely.