Best Practices for Online Ed
The Chronicle of Higher Education has compiled an interactive guide that offers 10 essential principles and practices of better online teaching, common misperceptions of online ed, and how to find help.
Online Learning Insights shares why and how instructor [virtual] presence is critical, essential instructional design components to facilitate presence, and strategies used by instructors that demonstrate presence.
Distance learning is trend here to stay at least for the next 6-12 months. Being prepared to take your classrooms fully online can be stressful. Albert provides a comprehensive list of helpful learning tools, learn common benefits and drawbacks of remote learning, and learn a few strategies for keeping students engaged while remote to help you through this challenging time.
Teacher Visions provides thousands of worksheets and lesson plans to new Future Fit skills and projects. Their content adapts to your individual needs as an educator.
Digital etiquette (sometimes called netiquette) includes the formal and informal rules of conduct for interactions through digital means. Awareness of rules specific to digital communication is important for students and adults alike. Netiquette is likely to increase naturally when people don't separate their online/digital personas from their real-life/face-to-face selves.
This video list of insights comes from experts in the field of online teaching. Here is a collection of 8 lessons that might improve your online course!
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is here to support special education professionals and your ongoing efforts to apply good teaching practices remotely. This page is a collection of suggested resources you can use as you determine the best means to provide services to your students and their families.