- AdobeSpark: Students still have access to the AdobeSpark suite with their @students.berkeley.net account.
- YouTube: From CrashCourse to KhanAcademy, YouTube has several channels and playlists that explore topics covered at Berkeley High.
- Databases: Berkeley High subscribes to several premium databases that students can use for research projects and individual inquiry.
- Khan Academy Math: An online guide to concepts in math with practice problems.
- Choices: A non-profit at Brown University that produces lessons and videos on news topics and key moments in world history.
- Crash Course History: A YouTube Channel with specific World History and US History playlists. Also covers a wide variety of other topics in social studies including government and economics.
English Language Arts
Read a great book! E-mail your teachers or check out the BHS Library website for ideas.
- Sora & Tales2Go: Access to audiobooks through partnerships with the Berkeley Public Library and other services.
- Go to the BHS Library for more on audio books and reading ideas during the closure.
- PhET Simulations: University of Colorado science simulations that can be done on chromebooks.
- KQED Science: Our incredible local NPR outlet has a wide variety of science information used in classrooms.
- Tynker: Coding for young people to learn about and be exposed to coding.
- Code.org: A free service for students to learn and practice coding.
- ScienceMusicVideos: An interactive Biology website
Duolingo: Create a daily routine to practice another language at home.
Possible language specific resources:
- Spanish: The Spanish Experiment
- French: The French Experiment
- Latin: Latin Online from the University of Texas at Austin
- Mandarin: Chinese Language Games
Visual & Performing Arts