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School Closure?† Best Practices for Teaching Virtually Online

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As schools are facing unexpected closures, there are many things to consider for teaching virtually online. This webinar will cover strategies and effective practices for educators to prepare for virtual learning days. We will explore topics such as establishing consistent communication, designing for independent learning, digital tools for instruction and more. As educators, let's be proactive to be prepared and confident in knowing how to manage virtual learning for our students and parents.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Virtual Learning
Tags: communication, independent learning, online, school closure, virtual learning

Reviews (158)

Full Member
Good Information. Thanks
Basic Member
Thank you so much! Great resources!
Full Member
Useful information.
Full Member
Useful information provided.
Basic Member
Great ideas, I liked it. But in my opinion, full-time training is much more effective in contrast to online training, it is tested on itself. I have been studying remotely for a year now because of covid, and I can say that the quality of education has fallen very much compared to when I went to college. For the first few months, the teachers could not give lectures at all. Yes, undoubtedly, education is the most important thing in a person's life, especially a young one. It is good that I have a younger sister who is 5 years old and she is already preparing for school thanks to the curriculum that my mother found for her on this site How I would like to start learning from an early age. I just love science...
Basic Member
Thanks for this useful info! :)
Basic Member
Many good ideas! Thank you!
It was interesting watching this session after 1 year of online learning. There was still a lot to learn and I got new ideas to help reinvigorate student and parent engagement.
Full Member
Thank you!
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