Okay, so we’ve covered the first five Golden Rules in Part One of this blog series, if you missed it, you may want to start there. From setting expectations to not allowing yourself to go it alone, there are some majorly useful rules to live by that will help you lead a connected classroom and teach
With millions of young learners logging on online for the first time, it’s important that as teachers you have the preparation and tips required to lead a connected classroom effectively. At Teaching with Tech, we think there are ten fundamental golden rules that will help you as teachers cultivate a safe and effective classroom environment
Teaching is a tough job. You give your all to your classroom of young learners in hopes of inspiring them, in hopes of helping create a brighter future through education. That’s no small feat! With the onset of COVID-19, while most didn’t think it could happen – teaching got even tougher. Having to learn new
In a traditional classroom, your first time connecting with students you always have an opener! A way to introduce them to you, your classroom, how things will work, and what they can expect from the class. In a connected class, your class opener is perhaps even more important!
As if teaching in the classroom alone couldn’t be challenging enough. Due to COVID-19, there is reason to believe that we will all teach more on camera. Here are the best tips to excel in it.
Successful hybrid teaching doesn’t depend on teachers alone. Students should play along as well. Here are the guidelines.