Follow these suggested facilitator tips to deliver an effective live virtual-teaching session.
After all the planning and transitioning to a remote or online-learning platform, it’s time to teach your lessons. This might look very different depending on which virtual delivery system you have chosen. If you are facilitating a live video class, you will be able to interact with your students in real time. If you have set up a self-paced lesson, your work is largely done until students start submitting their work. In either situation, you will be delivering a lesson, monitoring student progress, and assessing their learning.
This collection offers strategies and tools for the instructional phase of online teaching and learning.
Deliver Your Self-Paced Virtual Lesson
Design and deliver an effective self-paced online lesson.
Establish a Feedback and Progress Monitoring System
Discover ways to establish a feedback and progress monitoring system that will inform your learning community of teacher, students, and families.
Choose Your Live Face-to-Face and Virtual Feedback Strategies and Tools
Learn strategies for providing students with feedback while teaching in a live face-to-face or remote-learning environment.
Choose Your Self-Paced Digital Feedback Strategies and Tools
Learn strategies for providing students with digital feedback while teaching in a self-paced learning environment.
Design Assessments Students Will Want to Do
Examine key considerations for designing opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning in your virtual classroom.
Design Summative Assessments for a Face-to-Face or Live Virtual Classroom
Explore strategies and tools that will work to assess your students during both face-to-face and live virtual-teaching sessions.
Design Summative Assessments for a Self-Paced Classroom
Develop authentic and engaging summative assessments for self-paced learning sessions.
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