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Teaching Strategies

The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.

Mark Van Doren

 

Suddenly we need to teach from home, how did that happen? When teaching remotely, it is important to be prepared and have the necessary equipment, skills and environment suitable to deliver remote lessons. In this section, we share some tools and skills teachers should have or consider before engaging in remote online teaching.

PREPARING FOR REMOTE TEACHING

1. The Why, What and How of Remote learning

3. Lesson Presentation using Google Slides

2. PowerPoint Tips and Tricks

4. Tips for presentation designs

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PREPARING FOR
REMOTE LEARNING

When done well, learners don’t just learn with technology- they create. Differentiation and flipping the class engages the learner through the use of interesting, attention grabbing divergent thinking and collaboration. Find out more below:

1. Engage learners with digital technology

2. Engaging learners - How to prepare for online teaching

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1. Learner centered instructional methods

2. Different forms of instruction

3.  Reflective practices

4. Bloom's digital taxonomy

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What the flipping classroom! A flipped classroom doesn't have to be difficult. A flipped classroom is a type of blended learning where students are introduced to content at home and practice working through when they see the teacher again. Learners can interact with learning material before the teacher facilitates learning activities. Thus, allowing for targeted teaching and support. Let’s get flipping.

FLIPPED CLASSROOM

 

1. Why, What and How of flipped classrooms

2. Deep dive into Flipped Classroom

3. Overcoming Common Hurdles

4. using Flipped Classroom when teaching online

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1. A new approach to Teaching and Learning

2. Practical Suggestions 

3. Advantages and Disadvantages 

4. Homework in class and schoolwork at home 

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Video recording tools have evolved and morphed into something that has changed our lives. Screen recording or screen casting can save a teacher valuable class time, engage the learners anywhere, and automatically create a bank of resources. Screencastify and PowerPoint are just a few of tools you can use and explore as you enter this section.

VIDEO TEACHING

 

1.Change powerpoint to video with voice-over

3. Video Editing tools

2. How to use Screencastify

4. Imagine your virtual classroom

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1. Improve your presentation style

2. Teaching with YouTube

3. Guide to use ScreenCastify 

4. Understanding webinars

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WANT TO LEARN MORE? 

Why don't you visit the Live Webinar page to see if there are live sessions planned for this topic? Also view the list on previous Recorded webinars if available. The Online Course page might also provide some exciting topics that you can register for further self-paced learning.