Nearly all of our schools are delaying start after spring break or enforcing remote learning post-spring break, prompting the following special webinar on strategies for remote teaching.
Suppose you suddenly have to teach from home for several weeks. Or rather, several students are suddenly quarantined at home and cannot attend class. Shifting to remote teaching can be easier with the tips you’ll learn in this session. In fact, you might even find that teaching remotely has some pedagogies that are near impossible to adopt in a face-to-face classroom. Our CEO, Maria Andersen, has been using remote teaching and synchronous online teaching for a decade, and will share some tips and best practices for making your remote classes run smoothly.
Here are some other resources to help you support faculty and students in what may be, for many, their first online learning experience.
- Blog post Tips for getting the right screencast conditions
- Webinar by Almy Education “How to Move Your Math or Science Class Online Today“
- Infographic How to Humanize Your Online Class
- Video Online Design Panel from CourseTune Camp
- Spreadsheet with links Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity
- eBook iDesign’s iDEA Book: Educational research and practice examples for distinctive course design
- Curated list of WCET resources including resources from OLC, QM, and UPCEA as well
- Official site World Health Organization
- Webinar EdSurge webinar about schools responding to COVID-19
- Connect Email [email protected] to connect with more than 80 professionals ready to help with instructional design or support
- Checklist (Higher Ed and K12) QM Emergency Remote Instruction Checklists (video overview)