As the world transitions to remote learning and teachers everywhere begin to compile digital curriculums, there’s still one question that remains to be answered: how do we teach online? We have the tools, resources, and student body, but it’s the methodology that needs to be transitioned from traditional in-person teaching to the online forum. In an attempt to answer this question, we’re going to look at a number of tips that can be used to effectively hone your online teaching strategy.
Establish your presence as a teacher
Just as you would in a normal classroom setting, it’s important to establish your presence as a teacher right away. Welcome your students and introduce yourself. Give them an insight into who you are as a person – your interests, background, books you enjoy,…
Pandemics. Rising tuition fees. Technological proliferation. There are just three of the reasons why traditional education is appearing increasingly less attractive to parents, educators, and school owners around the world. The ripples of the COVID-19 pandemic are still being felt, and the way in which students learn and institutions provide education is poised to change forever. But what does that mean for schools, universities, and other educational institutions which have relied on in-person, attendance-based curriculums for their entire existence?
At the peak of the global lockdown, more than 1.6 billion students were unable to go to school, and many tertiary education institutions had their studies ended or significantly disrupted due to COVID-19. The pandemic has ushere…