I recently participated in an interview with Chloe Tascoff via her Youtube channel. I focused on delivering content to classroom educators around the world pushed into unchartered territories– online teaching. We talk about digital learning and how it is being delivered using online tools. I love creating for Google Apps, as well as working with teachers to create online learning resources. Chloe and I cover digital learning platforms in ways that you can communicate with students via video. This episode is a great start to kick off any remote teaching you may be doing!
Over the past few weeks, I’ve published blog posts focusing on helping teachers during the COVID-19 outbreak. I shared strategies on how to deliver video, digital notebooks, assessments/quizzes, and how to manage it all. The time is now! Schools around the world haven’t taken this sitting down (well, at our desks working remotely we are sitting). Are you ready to deliver your entire curriculum online? If you haven’t before done so, then the answer is “no.” I want to help. During this video, I try to provide the answers based on my own ed-tech experiences and being a parent, who in turn is now homeschooling.
How will you preserve the student-to-teacher 1:1s? How will you bring lessons to life in the virtual online classroom? Take it away, Chloe. And thank you for having me!