In my newly released, self-paced course, “Developing the Innovator’s Mindset Through Remote, Face-to-Face, and Blended Learning,” I discuss the importance of building relationship…
So you're starting the school year as a distance educator and you have no idea how to build strong relationships with students you've never met in person. Before the hyperventilation kicks in, let's center on a few grounding principles. Grounding Principle 1: You know things that work for building relationships in normal circumstances.
Make planning for back to school a little easier. This post contains tons of ready-to-use lessons along with tutorials, templates, and examples.
This four-step plan dives into how to start your first day of class on Zoom or your learning system despite being online.
Hit the ground running. Send a message to your new class about what's expected right from the get-go. It doesn't matter whether your first meeting is in person or via Zoom. The quicker you set a culture of kindness, respect, and high-bar work expectations, the easier it will be to maintain.
This post suggests that it may be easier to navigate back-to-school 2020 if we think of all learning as variations on distance learning.
Our K-2 students (and teachers!) need special assistance during distance learning. Here are 10 ways to make it work.
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