Tips for Teaching Remotely
Earlier this year many students and teachers made the switch to remote teaching and learning. This was done on short notice and now teachers have had time to reflect on what they did, what they learned and what they might do differently. Here’s a sample of lessons learned and tips:
7 Guidelines for Setting Up Clear Online Lessons
9 Ways Online Teaching Should be Different from Face-To-Face
Distance Learning FAQ: Solving Teachers’ and Students’ Common Problems
Online Learning: Tips for Students and Parents
Reflections – and Lessons Learned – From Remote Learning
This Is Your Class on Zoom: Videoconference Literacies During COVID Quarantine
Two Excellent Video Collections Sharing Guidance about Teaching Remotely
See more promising practices for distance learning and teaching in our earlier posts:
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