Review these best practices and tips for establishing an effective communication plan for teachers, students, and parents.
If possible, set up regular live video meetings with your students. This will offer you and your students the closest experience to a normal in-person classroom. You will be able to interact with each other in real time, guide students through the learning process, and allow participants to ask questions. This is a great way to maintain a personal relationship with your students and to address their social and emotional learning (SEL) needs.
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. The articles in this collection will guide you through the process of setting up and delivering a live remote-learning experience. You may also want to review the Get Started With Self-Paced Remote Teaching collection, as many teachers use both live and self-paced teaching strategies during remote learning.
Choose Your Live Remote-Teaching Delivery Tool
Choose a video communication tool that will best support live virtual teaching and learning.
Design Your Live Remote Classroom
Design a live virtual teaching experience that sets teachers and students up for success.
Deliver Your Live Remote Lesson
Follow these suggested facilitator tips to deliver an effective live virtual-teaching session.
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