Deliver Your Virtual Teaching Lesson

This is the moment you’ve been waiting for! You have already completed crucial pre-work. Establish Your Communication Plan. Check. Choose Your Remote Teaching Platform. Check. Design Your Virtual Classroom. Check. Now it’s time to deliver your lesson! Depending on which delivery system you’ve chosen, this stage of remote teaching will look and feel quite different.

Self-Paced Remote Learning (asynchronous)

If you are facilitating self-paced, asynchronous learning, your work will largely happen before the lesson begins. You will need to get everything set up so that students can work through the content at their own pace. Do you have clear directions, digital content, and opportunities for practice and processing?

Live Remote Learning (synchronous)

If you are meeting synchronously with your students in a live video meeting, this will feel somewhat like your normal class period. You will be able to interact with your students in real time, guide them, and ask questions. Because the lesson will be taking place over videoconferencing software, you will need to consider how you will interact with your students throughout the meeting period and how you will engage them in the learning.

Choose your delivery method below to review tips and strategies for implementing your remote lesson with students.

Deliver Your Live Remote Lesson

Follow these suggested facilitator tips to deliver an effective live virtual-teaching session.

Best Practices 5 min Grades K-12 Resource by:

Deliver Your Self-Paced Virtual Lesson

Design and deliver an effective self-paced online lesson.

Best Practices 8 min Grades K-12 Resource by:

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