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Social Presence in Online Environments

Social Presence in Online Environments Online environments require instructors to craft their social presence in online environments. Two methods I recommend to K12 educators are an effective online environment introduction by the instructor and the use of memes by both… Continue Reading →

Teaching Activities within Zoom

As soon as a teacher feels comfortable with the Technical Tips for Zoom Teaching s/he will want to know how to incorporate traditional teaching techniques into this new format. Identifying teaching activities within Zoom will put educators at ease as… Continue Reading →

Technical Tips for Zoom Teaching

Any teacher newly teaching online must learn some technical skills. These technical tips for zoom teaching are essential, but may not be explicitly taught to educators. Assure educators are ready to do the teaching, by helping them with the technical… Continue Reading →

Be an Online Teacher to be Proud of!

Be an online teacher to be proud of! To be an online teacher to be proud of you need specific skills. Those skills build on the knowledge of face-to-face teaching but must be honed and practiced to expand beyond only… Continue Reading →

Synchronous Teaching as 1:1, Input: Return

Taking teaching and learning online has a distinct look and feel in K12. Many educators tried to replicate classroom teaching with synchronous teaching as 1:1, Input: Return. The efficiency of current K12 synchronous teaching cannot scale beyond this unsustainable phase…. Continue Reading →

3 Guidelines to Design an Effective Online Course

The top three requirements for designing an effective online course are all related to teacher presence. The teacher has to be present in the communication throughout the course, compiling or creating the course content, and the design of the course. Interestingly, these skills are more… Continue Reading →

Stop Misusing Pandemic Era Teaching Terminology

The pandemic has been confusing enough. The recklessness of educational terminology should not contribute to more confusion. Stop misusing pandemic era teaching terminology. Consider those relationships between these terms and correctly use the terms to contribute to transparency and not… Continue Reading →

5 Revisions for your Online Classroom

Now that you have an online classroom how should you improve it? Here are 5 revisions for your online classroom. These suggestions will create a better learning experience for your participants. 5 Revisions for your Online Classroom #edchat Click To… Continue Reading →

Engage Students in Synchronous Online Meetings

Meeting your students in Zoom, Teams, Google Meet? Regardless of the platform educators have learned some ways to engage students in synchronous online meetings this year. Engage Students in Synchronous Online Meetings #OnlineLearning #OnlineTeaching Click To Tweet

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