Moving Your Classes Online #1
Published 13 March 2020 To help support all teachers who now have to teach from home due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have created a series of blog posts with expert advice on how to move your classes online. To begin, here’s a message from Eric Baber, Director of Professional Learning and Development, introducing the blog series. Moving your classes online: getting started It can be a daunting experience when you’re suddenly required to move all your face-to-face classes online with little or no advance notice, as has been happening to a number of teachers in various places around the world over the last month and more. In this blog post we’ll look at some basic steps to take that will hopefully smooth the transition. Opening online channels of communication The first thing you need to do is think about what might be the most efficient way to contact your students. What is the best way to communicate with students? 1. (Email? 2. Do you need to be available 24/7? No, you don’t! 1. (Email?
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