Making virtual learning or distance learning work for all students is challenging. You can have all the best tools in place, but without equitable access at home for all your students and adequate prep and training for yourself it's tough to replicate a traditional, in-person learning experience. This list assumes you've got those problems worked out and are focusing now on how to set up an effective virtual learning environment either adapting your existing curriculum, or designing a brand-new one from the ground up.
To help you along, Sycamore School (https://sycamoreschool.com/) grouped the tools according to some key needs teachers have when setting up virtual classrooms. These needs communicating and messaging effectively, facilitating discussion, assessing learning, delivering lessons, and more. We have also critical ways teachers can create remote learning experiences that keep students interested and active.