As you know, the pandemic has forced many teachers and students to move to online learning. And with the status of physically going back to school in the fall still up in the air in most places around the country, this could be the new normal for quite some time.
At STEPS (Student Training & Education in Public Service), we’re big believers in the benefits of online learning, but we know it brings many unique challenges, especially for teachers who have been thrown into it for the first time.
To help teachers who are brand new to online learning get more comfortable and confident, we created a comprehensive beginner’s guide, which you can view at the link below. It’s also a great guide for current online teachers looking to improve their skills.
Teacher’s Guide to Online School Success: https://www.publicservicedegrees.org/online-degrees/teachers-guide-online-school-success/
– A breakdown of technology students need to do well in online learning and workarounds for students who don’t have access to this tech.
– Strategies for effectively communicating with students in an online classroom, from one-on-one conversations to group lessons.
– A list of tools, technologies, and resources teachers can use to bring their lesson plans online and make online learning a continued success.
– Additional insights and tips from an educator with 15 years of experience in the online learning space.