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Online Teacher Communication #TECH6363

Online teacher communication is essential to a successful online course. Make a copy of the podcast transcript to follow along. Why does Online Communication Matter? Teachers know how to communicate with students. We have used some techniques for years, decades,… Continue Reading →

Online Teachers Peer Review Each Other

A peer review may take place in the early stages, or drafts, of a multiple-step project. The peer review may focus on a topic of interest to learners at a point in time in order to reinforce the concept, a… Continue Reading →

The Trinity of Online Learning

Is this the year of online education – along with the year of everything else? Online Learning has a different meaning depending on the audience. This post will review the trinity of online education: commercial, higher education, and K-12. The… Continue Reading →

Ready to Teach Online?

I’ve been ready to teach online for years. Or so I thought. The more I learn about it, the more I realize I have much more to learn. Maybe you have had similar thoughts and wonderings and would appreciate an… Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Move Instruction Online

When face-to-face educators try to imagine online education they are immediately challenged. Face-to-face educators major in compliance and attendance. When planning lessons they structure based on the amount of time budgeted to teaching a concept. They fit assessments into semesters,… Continue Reading →

Teacher Presence in the (Online) Classroom

Face-to-face teachers naturally do it, but how can teacher presence in the online classroom ensure or boost student engagement? Increasing Online Opportunities Online charters, state online schools, and higher education are offering more classes online; even your traditional public K-12 is… Continue Reading →

Forget Online, Think Blended. #AprilBlogaDay

There is enough room in public K12 education for just about every type of teacher. In fact, one of K12’s strengths is that we offer the public a variety of teachers, learning environments, and differing ways to experience knowledge. So… Continue Reading →

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