An Important Message Concerning COVID-19

Updated on: April 2, 2020


Dear Teachers & Parents,

We’re writing to you knowing that all of our communities and schools are being impacted, one way or the other, by COVID-19. This is an unprecedented challenge with more questions than answers. However, teachers are resilient, and it is inspiring to see how the education community is coming together so we can best support our students and families. 

In response to these unprecedented challenges, we are making all of the resources on TeacherVision freely available to teachers and parents. We feel that it's critical for teachers to have access to everything needed to support students’ learning at home. Please know that we are monitoring the situation and will do our best to keep TeacherVision's resources available until further notice.

How to get free access

To access premium resources, create a free account or log in to your existing account that does not have a paid membership to TeacherVision. Once logged in, your account should have 999 free credits available to download any resource from our full library of premium resources. That’s it. No credit card information required, just a free account. 

You do not need to select a plan to access your resources for free. Simply search for and open the item that you want. A counter will appear when you view an individual item. Note: the counter will only appear on premium resources.

If you do not see a resource counter similar to the example below, then please create a new free account or reach out to our customer service team for support using the Contact Us link in the footer. We will do our best to respond in a timely manner but we are experiencing longer than normal response times.

TeacherVision free items counter

Challenging times for our communities

As many schools close our teaching situations are changing. Some of us are connecting with our students online rather than in person. Many of us are scrambling to develop distance learning plans. Others are still teaching in their classrooms, unsure about what plans will be put in place. Many students are anxious about what is happening, and all of us are coping with fear and confusion. Families are also adjusting to these changes, and face their own set of challenges from lack of childcare to how to do their work and also stay healthy and safe. 

The TeacherVision team and operations have been impacted as well. A state of emergency was declared in Boston, and we have transitioned our staff to working from home. We are here to support you and your students during this unprecedented time, and we are committed to providing you with the resources that you need to do what you do best: teach. 

In our latest blog post, we share tips, resources, and a distance learning plan that works. From everyone on our team, we hope you stay safe and healthy during this time.