Strategies for creating digital choice boards include starting simply, adding audio or video content, and using learning taxonomies.
eLearning involves learning in an environment that is separate from the instructor and/or other students. It can be performed synchronously or asynchronously.
In a physical classroom, the beginning, middle, and end play important roles but with more flexibility and opportunities for collaboration.
At the most basic level, these could be thumbs up/thumbs sideways/thumbs down. They could also be question marks and exclamation points.
Principles of student engagement in a virtual classroom include learning spaces, lesson design, and equitable access.
Consider including social-emotional learning strategies in your routines and practices for students for effective online teaching.
On Zoom, breakout rooms are a way to break a larger meeting into smaller meetings–as many 200 students into as many as 50 separate rooms.
From CK-12 & Zoom to Netflix, Yale Online Courses, & video editing tools, here are the best free online tools for students.
For teachers, promoting critical thinking in online courses is a matter of combining engagement, inquiry, and higher-level questioning.
Effects of remote learning include new technological skills and resources, and helping students charge of their own education.
Remote learning tips for parents include focusing on the child’s well-being, creating a schedule, providing resources, and making sure work is complete.